Monday, 31 October 2016

Julia Hartling

Julia Hartling's vision of Little Red Riding Hood has all of the stories protagonists on the couch receiving therapy from Sigmund Freud.

Saturday, 29 October 2016

Chiara Baglioni I

Chiara Baglioni is an Italian illustrator and textile designer based in Canada who originally trained in costume design.

Friday, 28 October 2016

Marta Altés

A wondrous autumn, leaf cut, 'Little Red Riding Hood' by Marta Altés who is always so clever in her use of found or waste materials.

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Olga Ezova-Denisova I

Olga Ezova-Denisova often features wolves in her charming prints and these printed textile works are combined with little jewels of embroidery. 

Sunday, 23 October 2016

Patricia Uresti

Patricia Uresti's Red Riding Hood and wolf, Patricia is in the final phase of her illustration MA at Cambridge Anglia Ruskin.

Friday, 21 October 2016

Zhu Miao Miao

A surreal and intriguing interpretation  of Little Red by Zhu Miao Miao (Sang Miao)

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Inge Nouws

A sketchbook Little Red Riding Hood being devoured by the wolf by Barcelona-based Dutch illustrator Inge Nouws. Created using the surrealist technique of laying down a splot of paint and pulling out what you see.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Kang San 잠산

What I love about this illustration by Korean artist Kang San 잠산, is the way the wolf has been merged with the derelict house and the tree, It is a wonderfully threatening image especially when you see the window in the chest of the wolf.

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Eva Macekova II

When searching for links to Eva Macekova's work yesterday I found a site that she has devoted to textile works with this wolf and red riding hood. I love this macabre work but what I find most compelling is the zip opening as it is so like pink gums and teeth. Eva's doll/ textile creations are disturbing, but also wonderful and would appeal greatly to fans of 'Miss Peregrine's home for peculiar children.'

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Eva Macekova I

I would describe Eva Macekova's work as brutal naive, it has a purposeful simplicity of style of illustrators like David Shrigley and Maria Kalman.
Eva's work is also fiercely experimental, utilising many different techniques and styles. This version of 'Little Red Riding Hood' has been made using stencils and has a zine like quality.