The Snow Queen is a series inspired by one of the best known children's tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. We use it to illustrate how the low temperatures inhibited children desire for any outdoor activity, restricting their spaces to the houses and apartments, always too small for their imagination and energy. The short, dark days caused a feeling of stagnation, freezing, and impossibility to act. In fact, the accumulated energies led to the lack of control by total incomprehension of this situation.  

The Snow Queen is a series inspired by one of the best known children's tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. We use it to illustrate how the low temperatures inhibited children desire for any outdoor activity, restricting their spaces to the houses and apartments, always too small for their imagination and energy. The short, dark days caused a feeling of stagnation, freezing, and impossibility to act. In fact, the accumulated energies led to the lack of control by total incomprehension of this situation.  

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 The Snow Queen is a series inspired by one of the best known children's tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. We use it to illustrate how the low temperatures inhibited children desire for any outdoor activity, restricting their spaces to the houses and apartments, always too small for their imagination and energy. The short, dark days caused a feeling of stagnation, freezing, and impossibility to act. In fact, the accumulated energies led to the lack of control by total incomprehension of this situation.  
thesnowqueen_2.jpg
thesnowqueen_3.jpg
thesnowqueen_4.jpg
thesnowqueen_5.jpg
thesnowqueen_1.jpg

The Snow Queen is a series inspired by one of the best known children's tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. We use it to illustrate how the low temperatures inhibited children desire for any outdoor activity, restricting their spaces to the houses and apartments, always too small for their imagination and energy. The short, dark days caused a feeling of stagnation, freezing, and impossibility to act. In fact, the accumulated energies led to the lack of control by total incomprehension of this situation.  

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