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Fallen Princesses: When Fairy Tales End with ‘Unhappily Never After’

by Hazel Chua
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Princesses have it all. Or do they?

All of Disney’s tales end with happily-ever-afters. They are called ‘fairy tales’, after all. Dina Goldstein decided to inject a bit of reality into their stories though and came up with this series, which she aptly dubbed Fallen Princesses.

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The series features some of Disney’s most well-known princesses living a not-so-happy life after their movies’ supposed happy endings. Snow White is a mother of four kids with a good-for-nothing prince, Ariel is displayed as an attraction in an aquarium, and Jasmine looks like a fierce combatant clutching a weapon in the middle of a raging war.

You check out more images from series in the gallery below.

The entire Fallen Princesses series, along with essays, interviews and commentary is available as a custom-printed book over at blurb for about $57(USD).

[Petapixel via Helablog via Incredible Things]

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