Fresh off the Art1st Library Shelves, self-acceptance has never looked more colourful!
In Michael Hall’s ‘Red’, our beloved narrator takes the form of a classic Yellow Pencil as he takes us on ‘Red’ the crayon’s journey of self-discovery.
The story throws out the age-old art teacher’s motto of ‘practice make perfect’ and replaces it with the more current educational focus of exploration.
The narrative spills out of the words into the simple but clever visuals and is enhanced through the little details, like how the older and more experienced crayons are smaller than the newer ones like Red and Berry.
What do you do, if you’re trying to be Red, but you’re always Blue?
Why, you draw Blue Strawberries of course!
‘He was red. But he wasn’t very good at it.’
Writer at Art1st
Art work from our Incredible You workshop, Bombay, 2011
Quote by Dr. Seuss, Artwork from Gundecha Workshop, Mumbai, 2011