Monday, 12 November 2018

Lucie Mouchova

Lucie Mouchova's illustration 'A Forest of Teeth' for the start of the 'folktale week' challenge.

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Yohan Sacré

Not little red but this image by Yohan Sucré has it's fairy tale heritage and is visually related, plus I just loved that goat.

Saturday, 27 October 2018

Kevin Peterson

This is not little red riding hood, and yet to me the paintings of Kevin Peterson very much encapsulate one of the streams of interpretation of this ancient fairytale. The coupling of the wild with the young innocent human in a decaying urban setting is a modern day fairytale, an observation, a post-warning of our destruction and the demise of all we hold sacred.

"I’m trying to capture a moment. These moments usually contain a stark contrast between subject and environment. The innocence of a child against a ragged, defiled backdrop. I put a child in an environment that you wouldn’t normally see a young person alone, I think it’s a metaphor for growing up. Its about that stuff we all go through that forms who we are as adults. Little traumas or sometimes big ones, all of those things that form our defenses and cause us to build walls and inner strength. Time is another important aspect of my work. The way we change and the way our environment changes around us." Kevin Peterson

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Sunday, 30 September 2018

Emily Van Overstraeten

Emily Van Overstraeten's wolf, Oh! heartbreakingly sad. Emily is based in Antwerp.
she studied her masters in Illustration at St-Lucas School of Arts.

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Monday, 3 September 2018