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Madame Lolina Revisits Little Red Riding Hood for Kids in Need

 - Jun 6, 2013
References: theworkingproof & blog.sub-studio
Artist Madame Lolina has recreated the classic fairytale narrative of Little Red Riding Hood in her storyboard print designed for the Kids in Need Foundation.

Instead of portraying the young girl in the notorious crimson cloak as a victim of a sly wolf, the artist renders her as a community of little girls in red hoods who are working together in order to combat evil wolves and the external dangers they represent. Rather than waiting for rescue, the figures portrayed in this new narrative are being proactive and taking their fates into their own hands, a much more admirable lesson than the that of the original tale.

15% of sales from the Little Red Riding Hood design by Madame Lolina goes towards the charitable work of Kids in Need Foundation.