Magic is not simply found it has to be built.
Just before the turning of centuries (1697), French writer Charles Perrault published one of the first versions of Cinderella. Not all elements of the tale survived the whims of time. In Perrault's story, the pumpkin was not simply turned into an enchanted carriage, but instead scooped out by hand.
That is also what we do at Perrault Pictures - building magic with our bare hands. We refer to images and stories that became symbols of childhood, and unite them with topics that are important today. Our stories embrace diversity without losing enchantment.