Think you're too old for fairy tales? The submissions in Blank Space's first Fairy Tales Architecture Competition can make you believe otherwise.
The artistic storybook quality and intricate narratives of the entries came from at least two months of hard work from many of the participants -- with several of them being young non-architects, ages 18-34. — bustler.net
Out of over 300 entries from 50 countries, the jury of experts chose 3 top-prize winners:
1st PLACE: Chapter Thirteen by Kevin (Pang-Hsin) Wang and Nicholas O’Leary (pictured above) — For the full narrative, click here.
2nd PLACE: Man and Ground by Anna Pietrzak — For the full narrative, click here.
3rd PLACE: Oscar Upon A Time by Joseph Altshuler, Mari Altshuler & Zachary Morrison — For the full narrative, click here.
Winners, Honorable Mentions, and select entries will be published in the first issue of Blank Space Magazine and other media outlets. Happily ever after, indeed.
More details on Bustler.
Click the thumbnails below to see the Honorable Mentions. You can also find their narratives here.
Images courtesy of Blank Space Fairy Tales Architecture Competition