Grimm

Caught the last half-hour of Grimm, one of the slew of new American TV series that deals with fairy tales, last night. It was interesting enough that I watched it till the end. The show’s conceit revolves around the idea that creatures in fairy tales are real and living in disguise among humans and that there are individuals called Grimms who can actually see these creatures. The last surviving Grimm happens to be a police detective. It’s certainly not a new concept (Supernatural, for one, deals with otherworldly beings that live/lurk among humans) but the creators put enough new stuff in it to make me give it a try. The first episode was a spin on the Little Red Riding Hood story, with the big bad wolf as a serial killer (who’s also a werewolf, which is why he got away with his crimes for so long) abducting little girls. Creepy! Which is why I liked it, of course, haha! 😉

[image from hypable.com]

From Rapunzel to The Little Red Riding Hood, beloved children’s classics as minimalist posters

Sometime back, I posted about some minimalist posters that I want in my non-existent house. To add to those, I want these! They’re sooo beautiful!

Oh, and I posted about those Stephen King posters sometime in March as well. Weird coincidence!

[image from brainpickings.org]

From Rapunzel to The Little Red Riding Hood, beloved children’s classics as minimalist posters