Saturday, 24 March 2018

Hazel Terry

Inspired by my daughters mothers day present, which came packaged in shredded tissue paper. I decided to try printing a background using shredded tissue paper that is not colour fixed. I love the effects that this tissue paper allows and I have used it as my wolf and undergrowth.

Friday, 23 March 2018

Nana Furiya

Nana Furiya is originally from Tokyo but has made her home in Slovakia, since going there to study lithography at the Bratislava University of Art in 1992 with Professor Dušan Kállay.

Sunday, 18 March 2018

Esmé Shapiro

Esmé Shapiro has been illustrating her dreams and they are very like mexican votive works. This one seems to have many visual links to Little Red Riding Hood, a great dream to interpret.

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Joanna Rusinek

In 'Samotny Jędruś'pub 2011 by Joanna Rusinek,  is a story about loneliness, using a manhole cover and chalk as the main character, who bares a strong resemblance to Little Red Riding Hood. This is a wonderfully creative, rich mixed media visual book using Joanna's collection of photographs of details of street features. 

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Malgorzata Gurowska

Polish graphic designer Malgorzata Gurowska works mainly in red, black and white, making startling, bold, graphic imagery. This image was the winner of the 2017 Cultural Poster Award at the Bienal del Cartel Bolivia BICeBé 2017.

Saturday, 27 January 2018

Clotilde Perrin

Clotilde Perrin makes exquisit pencil rendered illustrations rich in content. This is her bookworm wolf from the book; 'Inside the bad guys'. which has wonderful illustrations exposed by opening the flaps, revealing the true diabolical horror of the villains who populate children's books.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Sandra Rilova

New York based illustrator Sandra Rilova has created a red riding hood simplified to a stamped triangle (with little details added).

Saturday, 13 January 2018

Ryn Frank

Ryn Frank, Ryn's style has become more pared down, graphic and stylised in the last few years and is very beautiful. This wolf is an illustration for 'the bloody chamber' by Angela Carter from a few years ago, and is a different style altogether  with great layering of imagery and text.