Anglia Ruskin University - Ears to a bright future

July 1, 2010

Edward Hopper and the Carrot Crunch, an allegory of the global banking crisis drawn and authored by an art student, has won this year's national Macmillan Prize for Children's Book Illustration. Mike Smith, who is undertaking a postgraduate degree at the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University, said he had forced himself to draw an unfamiliar subject and hit upon the idea of Edward Hopper, a rabbit who sells "futures" (carrots that have not yet been planted).

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