THE QUEENS CROQUET GROUND
by Davina Cochrane
Davina Cochrane is a German multi skilled illustrator and visual media artist living in London. She holds a BA in Illustration from the University of the Arts (London College of Fashion). Davina experiments with a lot of different techniques and media, she has collaborated with artists from multiple industries. “I have decided to only add the crucial color red for the queen of hearts to my work. As Disney princesses and queens are always beautifully skinny women, therefore I have come up with my own pretty version of the queen of hearts.”
WHO STOLE THE TARTS?
by Anna-Lena Kühler
Anna Lena grew up in Northern Germany and France. She studied Industrial Design and Graphic
Design in Braunschweig and Wiesbaden. She loves experimenting with a broad variety of styles and
materials, ranging from coffee and blueberry ink to fabric and digital illustration on her wacom-board.
Having worked on multiple illustration and design projects, Anna-Lena is a mother of three and
currently lives and works in Wiesbaden, Germany.
by Emily Allison
Emily is studying illustration at the University of Portsmouth. She specialises in hand-drawn/digital
illustration with a focus on character design and typography. Emily runs her own blog and online store for designed greeting cards. “For this piece I took much of my inspiration straight from the old Disney classic animation to the Tim Burton feature film. I am so mesmerized by the absurdity and magical element that runs through Alice in Wonderland, and this was something that I wanted to appear within my artwork. I hope that this piece may give the viewer an insight into the strangely peculiar world of Wonderland!”
TWEEDLE DUM AND TWEEDLE DEE
by Paula Ruiz Bressel
Paula holds a degree in Editorial Illustration and Fine Art from Complutense University in Spain. She has been commissioned for projects with National Literacy Trust charity, Pigeons and Peacocks magazine and for the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Paula lives in London and studies Fashion Illustration at the University of the Arts (London College of Fashion). “The inspiration for the artwork was mainly found from the characters of the Disney cartoon. However, I wanted to make them feel more real, add a powerful atmosphere and the crow lurking in the background.”