Bethan Woollvin won the Macmillan Prize for Illustration in 2014 for Little Red her classy, bold interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood. It was a startlingly confident debut which she followed with an equally striking and feminist take on Rapunzel, with not a handsome prince in sight. The eldest in a family of ten children, Bethan understands well what appeals to a variety of age groups, and all her work exudes a natural dry wit and charm. She graduated from Anglia Ruskin University with a First Class Degree in Illustration in 2015 and now lives in Sheffield.
Turn yourself into Little Red.
The Little Red launch took place in Brighton – Bethan’s new home and the perfect place to celebrate the birthday of her very first book!
Two Hoots is to be the name of Suzanne Carnell’s recently announced illustrated imprint. The logo has been specially illustrated for her by award-winning illustrator Emily Gravett. The list will publish around 12 books annually.
by @bethanwoollvin - 2 days ago
@drawjamesdraw ITS THERE IN BLACK AND WHITE, JAMES! 🌭🌭🌭🌭
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RT @Kekeflipnote: A scene from "Swing time" that I love very much so I animated over it and made two foxes dancing together :) https://t.co…