5 Indian artists re-imagine Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

...on the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic

On the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, five visual artists take us down the rabbit hole once again (closer home, this time).

'Bollywood Dreams' by Kunel Gaur
Artist Kunel Gaur is the founder of creative agency Animal and his work will soon be available on Kulture Shop. He imagines a Bollywood ending for Alice, with a (stereotypical) hero in the White Rabbit.

'The Saffron Queen' by Janine Shroff
Shroff, a designer and illustrator, was shortlisted for the Mercury Art Prize in 2007 and has exhibited in several group and solo shows in London and Mumbai. She uses her signature dark undertones in this  interpretation of the tyrannical Red Queen.

'The Chor Bazaar Adventure' by Yashasvi Mathis
The illustrator and knitwear designer has created album artwork for musicians like Nischay Parekh. Mathis finds inspiration for a chaotic Wonderland in Mumbai's ever-bustling flea market.

'The Rush-Hour Race' by Tasneem Amiruddin
The artist and graphic designer's works have been used for posters, editorials and picture books for children. She captures the surreality of the life of a Mumbai commuter by sending Alice on a local train ride through Wonderland.

'A High Tea Party' by Aditi Dash
The visual artist has worked on branding and publication projects, and will next collaborate with Mumbai design initiative Taxi Fabric. She employs sacred geometry to transport Alice to a higher plane of consciousness.