Jean de La Fontaine Fables | Illustration & Calligraphy

CalligraphyDrawingIllustration
2013

In the inspire of late medieval illuminated manuscripts and Jean de La Fontaine Fables, I decided to illustrate some Jean de La Fontaine Fables in Arabic late medieval illuminated manuscript style. The illustration emphasized two moral stories of Aesop’s fable Jean de La Fontaine. 1. “The Crow and The Fox” 2. “The Tortoise and the Hare” The illustrations where my hand drawn using acrylic colors, and the body text was by my hand written in a calligraphic style using black ink.

Produce Drawing Illustration The Concept of
“Jean de La Fontaine Fables”
In the inspire of late medieval illuminated manuscripts and Jean de La Fontaine Fables, I decided to illustrate some Jean de La Fontaine Fables in Arabic late medieval illuminated manuscripts style.
 
The illustration emphasized two moral stories of Aesop’s fable Jean de La Fontaine.
1. “The Crow and The Fox”
2. “The Tortoise and the Hare”
 
The illustrations where my hand drawn using acrylic colours, and the body text was by my hand written in a calligraphic style using black ink. 
“The Tortoise and the Hare”
The illustrations where my hand drawn using acrylic colours, and the body text was by my hand written in a calligraphic style using black ink. 
“The Crow and The Fox”
The illustrations where my hand drawn using acrylic colours, and the body text was by my hand written in a calligraphic style using black ink. 
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