Jonathan Hobin – Mother Goose

24 May

The Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes are a collection of poems, riddles, and stories that originally were used as tools to educate, remind, or even scare children into a pattern of thought or behaviour. Although the origin of many, if not most of the rhymes, is impossible to determine, their content frequently refers to a specific historical event(s) or societal ill that has no obvious relationship to the starry-eyed innocence we often associate with childhood.

Mother Goose

Peter Pumpkin Eater

Jack Horner

Miss Muffet

Yankee Doodle

Jumping Joan

Jack and Jill

Bobby Shaftoe

Hannah Bantry

Jack Sprat

Jeremiah Obadiah

Polly Flinders

Three Men in a Tub

More about Jonathan Hobin:

  • Location: Ontario, Canada
  • jhobin.com
  • Jonathan Hobin an award-winning photographer and art director. Hobin’s work draws on iconic literary, cinematic and historical references and popular culture to explore the darker—or at the very least, the more troubling-aspects of childhood, imagination and storytelling.

Sources here and here.

You can download the Charles Perrault’s “Tales of Mother Goose” here.

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