In a project run by Brighton-based online retail company Edkina Limited, ten artists have collaborated with ten primary-aged children to create a set of strikingly illustrated short stories.
Children from Carlton Hill Primary School and the Tiger's Eyes Writers class in Brighton and Hove were given free rein to write a story about anything they liked. The artists, who all come from varying backgrounds, then each selected the story which inspired them the most and brought them to life by producing illustrations in their own distinctive styles.
The posters and prints of the stories with their illustrations can be purchased at www.10stories.co.uk, with 20% of the proceeds going to a charity chosen by the children involved called Rockinghorse, which aims to improve the lives of sick children.
Image:How Rainbows Are Created is a hilarious story about Gary, the rainbow-farting unicorn by Rebecca, aged 11. Illustration by Donya Todd.