Red shoes´ tale

 Short, visual story project. Worked out at Vallekilde – in pairs– one author and one illustrator. 

The task was to create the storyline/storyboard together. Then each person elaborated his/her part – text or image – till we met again to see if two elements were still on line. Sounds simple – but actually more participants experienced a real hard time. For others it went the smoother path. In general cooperation/collaboration in artprojects can be a tough challenge! We all have our strong ideas and sometimes VERY individualistic approach!

Anyway. This is the tale of two red Turkish dance shoes escaping their “golden cage” – the easy but boring life at court – to go out and discover real life and true love…

Very realistic!

About hanne

Mixed media artist working with collage, art-money, artists´ books, ceramics and communication
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2 Responses to Red shoes´ tale

  1. LisaK says:

    I continue to enjoy your blog so much. It is satisfying to watch you work your way through all of your projects and collaborations. I had to comment on this illustration, because it reminded me of one of my favorite children’s book illustrators, Elisa Kleven. If you have not seen her work, you may want to check it out- especially a book called The Paper Princess.

  2. Ilse Aranti says:

    Hej Hanne!

    Igennem nogen tid har jeg jævnligt besøgt din hjemmeside og blog. Det er meget inspirerende at følge dit arbejde, dine projekter og at besøge dit kreative rum via alle dine fotos. Jeg er bosiddende på Samsø og arbejder selv med håndlavede bøger, blandform, skulptur og maleri og skriver også. Besøgte for år tilbage X-piers udstilling af håndlavede bøger på biblioteket på Samsø adskillige gange… det var som at få aktiveret min egen kreative knap, så det kriblede i fingrene for at gå i gang. Ved den lejlighed opdagede jeg din eksistens. Tak fordi du deler med alle os andre.


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