One-of-a-kind altered/illustrated Moleskine cahier journal depicting a scene from the folktale 'King Grisly-Beard' by the Brothers Grimm. King Grisly-Beard is a great moral story about not being materialistic, treating people as equals, and that beauty lies within. My painting illustrates the hands of the princess after cutting her fingers on thread as she tried to spin, along with a portrait of how I imagine the king, behind a door/flap that can be opened and closed.
You can read the story here:
The pocket-size journal measures 3.5"x5.5" (9x14cm) and is illustrated on the cover and 1st page only.
I will ship anywhere! Choose USA as a flat-rate for everywhere outside of the UK.
Please note, contrary to what is stated in the journal category above, this journal has PLAIN pages (there is a problem with the site!)