La belle et le fuseau neil gaiman
Editions of The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman
Drawing Goth Girl with Chris Riddell
La belle et le fuseau
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So I thought it would be nice to find another book with beautiful illustrations! Lucky for me, Neil Gaiman had a short story with incredible illustrations by Chris Riddell. Coraline and Stardust are pure magic, both the novels and the movies! Just look at these renderings! Not only are they friggin creepy, but they are also so well imagined and detailed! I love the skull imagery that Riddell uses, always alluding to the notion of possible death if our characters continue on their journey. Gaiman has made some excellent changes to the tale:.