Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. M. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small glow of pure light; her form is only visible when stationary; she is described as “still growing.” So, like all faeries, she is in a state of flux and transformation. She is dressed in a skeleton-leaf dress, indicating that she is not only connected to nature but also inner nature

faeryhearts: “ Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small.

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efyor: Artist: Brian Froud “Not all meanings are meant to be clear at once. Some words are designed to lead us on inner journeys, with truth hidden deep inside them.

Since before I can remember I have loved Fairies. All kind of fairies, from Tinkerbell to ones that look like the above. I used to really believe in them, still kind of do :)

brian froud look at that expression! brian froud shines at making characters look magical. i love that he doesn't do just cute butterfly-winged fairies, but ones like this too.

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