The Little Red Boots is a story, which I wrote and illustrated, that was inspired by the classic Little Red Riding Hood fairytale. I used the structure of this familiar tale to comment on modern consumerism; the story is about about the love shared by a girl and her grandmother, the meanings behind the objects we own, and the dangers of losing sight of what matters.
From a technical aspect, this project allowed me to explore the physicality of printed books, as well as the interactivity of first-generation tablets, and how the two compare and contrast.
The Little Red Boots was produced under the supervision of Carol Waldron as part of my Capstone project at the University of Minnesota. It is available for purchase at Blurb.