Archive: May, 2012

Help us and get 30% off your fairy prints!

Help us debug the new store! Thank you so much for being devoted friends! We have been doing alot of work this year at Time of the Faeries. The new website is up and going, looking oh so pretty! Visit it at . In line with the new updates, we wanted to work on a new […]

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Fae of the Week: Crane Rider Faerie

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Our Fae of the Week is Crane Rider.  She is one of the first of our Twilight Series, a hint of the inner world of the Faeries. To this day, she holds sway as one of our most majestic images. She is available in our Facebook online store at:

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Fae of the Week: Raver Girl

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The Fae of the Week is “Raver Girl”, a modern faerie with a sassy outlook on life. This is Time of the Faeries’ first photoshoot with our faerie model Liz Katz, way back in 2007.  Liz Katz will be joining us this weekend in Kansas City, MO at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live!, a convention devoted […]

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Fae of the Week: Angel in the City

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“Angel in the City” is our Fae of the Week for the week of May 2-9, 2012. Come back next week to see what our FOTW is. Please scroll down to see close-ups of the image.    

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Time of the Faeries is the husband and wife team of Joseph Corsentino and Donny Ha Corsentino. With the help of some madly devoted, or just mad, friends, Joseph and Donny create images and stories that reimagines the modern mythology, taking urban fantasy from the the realm of illustrations and the written word into realistic photo-illustrations that begs the question, "What is reality and what is fantasy?"

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Artist: Joseph Corsentino
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