Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Mariano Diaz Prieto


I like the sense of danger created by this composition by Argentinian illustrator Mariano Diaz Prieto. The fear enhanced by the unusual perspective, and the possibility for the interpretation of the tree roots as further wolf ears or noses.

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Bing Ho




Some interpretations of Little Red Riding Hood by Taiwanese illustrator Bingu Ho.


Friday, 2 September 2016

Yum


I have finished my MA and now, just need a little time, to recover from months of intense work.
As usual 'Little Red Riding Hood' gives me space to breathe and create without so much anxiety.
So I am enjoying myself 'Yum!'.

Monday, 15 August 2016

Manon Gauthier




Manon Gauthier's work has long been a favourite illustrator of mine and she has very kindly sent me her latest composition about Red Riding Hood.
 "Yum Yum! These cakes are really good! But, we should keep one for my Grandmother, shouldn't we?"
Manon is a self-taught illustrator with many books published with Canadian and European publishers.
She often works using collage, as in this image, working on separate pieces of paper and jigsaw puzzling the elements together. You can see her starting this process below.


Thank you, Manon.

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Vered Gersztenkorn



Vered Gersztenkorn  I am not sure if this is Little Red Riding Hood, but the red stripe across the bottom of the composition makes it feel very LRRH to me. Vered is a self taught Israeli artist inspired by ArtBrut and children's art works.

Friday, 15 July 2016

Adres, Lisbon


I was amazed this week, having blogged about it over a year ago,  to stumble upon an Adres; 'little red riding hood in person', at the LX Factory in Lisbon, Portugal.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

José Manuel Saraiva




A Little Red image for Sopro no coração (Blow in the Heart) a music/ lyric illustration commissioned by the publisher Abysmo by José Manuel Saraiva.

Friday, 8 July 2016

Sang Miao II





A further interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood by Sang Miao  called 'Different Story'.