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Fallen Princesses

Photographer Dina Goldstein gives a preview of a series featuring Disney princesses portrayed in their later lives, or what happened after "happily ever after". The complete series will go on exhibit in October. Link -via Metafilter

I thought the whole point of being a princess is to never touch reality.
It is all cartoons so it is not real.
Where do you think all the evil step mothers and wicked witches come from?
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Wow, that girl really looks like Jasmine. Anyhoo, agree with others, too depressing. Plus, the twisted fairytale thing's been overdone. Sometimes I get really sick of people looking back on childhood ideas and fantasies and going "that isn't the real world - this is the real world," and then painting a completely cynical view of the world. Anyways, I'm rambling...

I do like the Jasmine one, she looks badass.
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Being half Middle Eastern (though not Afgani), I actually find the Jasmine piece rather interesting as it juxtaposes two stereotypes the west has of middle east, that is of the magical orient and the terrorist filled wastes. The other pieces are also quite interesting, though more of a commentary on American marriages.
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I happened to like them.

"These works place Fairy Tale characters in modern day scenarios. In all of the images the Princess is placed in an environment that articulates her conflict. The '...happily ever after' is replaced with a realistic outcome and addresses current issues."

I do not see them as "twisted fairy tales".

For me the strongest image was Rapunzel. Hair is something of an identity. Who is Rapunzel without her hair? She is no one.
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