This 'Red Riding Hood' art series by Chris Burge Illustration takes the classic fairytale and gives it a manga-like spin. Red Riding Hood has a mask of red eye makeup and round blush on her cheeks, and her infamous hood now has a long train.
I love modern remakes of classic fairytales, especially in art or photography form. See more shots of Chris Burge Illustration's 'Red Riding Hood' series above.
Implications - Pop culture narratives have the power to transcend national boundaries, making it a powerful unification tool. Corporations looking to establish empathetic bonds with consumers from abroad may consider utilizing pop culture tales in design elements for products and services to appeal to this demographic.
'Red Riding Hood' by Chris Burge Illustration Takes an Anime Spin on a Classic
1. Pop Culture-inspired Design - Businesses may consider using pop culture-inspired design elements for products and services to appeal to a diverse demographic.
2. Modern Remakes of Classic Stories - Innovative artists can take classic stories and give them modern spins, creating renewed interest in the original stories or characters.
3. Fusion of Traditional and Modern Art - Artists can combine elements of traditional art forms with modern techniques and mediums, opening up new avenues for creativity and expression.
1. Fashion - Fashion designers can incorporate pop culture-inspired design elements in their clothing lines to appeal to a diverse consumer base.
2. Entertainment - Entertainment companies can create modern retellings of classic stories in various mediums (films, TV shows, graphic novels, etc.) to appeal to younger audiences.
3. Art - Artists can take inspiration from traditional stories and characters and give them modern spins, creating innovative and visually stunning pieces.