Kevin Tong’s “Cinderella” Fairy Tale Poster for Once Upon A Time and Tiny Kitten Teeth’s Adventure Time Art Print Set – Both from Mondo (Onsale Info)

Today marks the sixth and final print in Kevin Tong’s fairy tale poster series for Once Upon A Time. “Cinderella” is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 225, and will cost $40. The gold variant has an edition of 95 and will cost $65. These go up today (Thursday, January 12th) at a random time. Visit

They’ll also release the second entry in their Adventure Time series tomorrow. Tiny Kitten Teeth’s print set includes two 18″ x 24″ screenprints, has an edition of 185, and will cost $75. These will be available tomorrow (Friday, January 13th) at a random time. Visit

12 Responses to “Kevin Tong’s “Cinderella” Fairy Tale Poster for Once Upon A Time and Tiny Kitten Teeth’s Adventure Time Art Print Set – Both from Mondo (Onsale Info)”

  1. I like it. But i don’t see Cinderella theme in this. All of these look excellent, just not my cup of tea. Good work KT. Someone should take a picture and show what these look like framed on the wall together.

  2. agreed with last comment. I like Tongs work and these “look” nice but to me the whole series is far lass than impressive. Sorry but 4 steps back Mr. T. This print looks like it has nothing to do with Cinderella at all and i should know because it’s my daughters favorite movie and seems to be on repeat at my place. In closing…that’s a lot of bush.

  3. Not for me but Adventure Time seems to have a solid following.

    I hope they do well in the hopes they’ll license a Venture Bros series at some point in the future.

  4. I really like Kevin’s work but I’m glad this series is over

  5. Don’t get me wrong, I love Kevin’s work, but this series is a proof he does it all for the money, not for the art, sorry, how can you release the same theme based works in 3 weeks?

  6. It’s for a series. You think artists should be turning these opportunities down all the time? If you were an artist, you may have a different opinion…

  7. Of course Kevin does it for the money, hes a professional illustrator. It’s his job. This was a job.

  8. Creating a book cover to sell is the same as creating a concert poster to sell. Nothing wrong with making a living to support himself and his family. But from a collector’s point of view though…. these needless prints dilute his value. AND a variant?! Seriously? But hey what do i know,, let the market decide if this series is successful or not.

  9. Correct me if I’m wrong but weren’t these done for a book? As a couple of drawings for a book they work. As a series of posters I think they fail big time.

  10. Those Adventure Time prints are great! I hope at least a few of them wound up in kids’ rooms and not just in a closet or on eBay.

  11. Can’t believe how boring the Fairy Tale collection prints have been so far. I know I’m probably in the minority.

  12. For those confused about the content of the Cinderella poster, it helps to understand upon what version of Cinderella the poster based.

    The poster is actually based on Grimm’s storyline, which has Cinderella planting a hazel tree by her mother’s grave. The tree grows through the watering of Cinderella’s tears. A white bird begins to roost in the tree, and the bird, not a fairy godmother, grants the wishes of Cinderella.

    That being said, while understanding where Kevin Tong has been finding his inspiration has made the posters a bit more interesting to me, the entire series on a whole has seemed a bit lackluster. I agree with a previous post that they work as drawings for books, but not as posters.

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