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The London Illustration Fair 2015 Kicks Off Today

The London Illustration Fair 2015 Kicks Off Today

art, Arts
The annual London Illustration Fair begins today, bringing together illustrators, publishers, buyers, and graphic and print designers. From exclusive original pieces to small stocking fillers for under £10, there is literally something for everyone... Words: Bea Renshaw, Subeditor: Tenelle Ottley-Matthew London’s contemporary illustration event returns again this weekend, with over 70 UK illustrators and designers who are meeting to exhibit and sell their artwork. The three-day extravaganza boasts a new location at the Bargehouse - a four storey warehouse on the South Bank. The London Illustration Fair is an artist-led event, offering illustration lovers the chance to meet their favourite artists. Alongside this, the event will showcase the work of 30 emerging creatives, who have
150 Years Of ‘Alice In Wonderland’

150 Years Of ‘Alice In Wonderland’

art, Arts, literature
Can you believe it's been 150 years since the publication of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'? To celebrate this much-loved story and its big anniversary, The British Library is showcasing an exhibition that looks at exactly how Alice has captured our hearts and imagination for so long. We check it out and see what people think... Words: Bea Renshaw, Subeditors: Costanza Maraffio, Keziah Leary   Written by English author Lewis Carroll in 1865, 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' - commonly known as 'Alice in Wonderland' - tells the tale of a girl who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world. Filled with anthropomorphic creatures, twisted characters and peculiar imagery, the novel's popularity lies in the way it plays with logic. The idea for the story came to Carroll
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