Arthur Rackham - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was originally part of an earlier work, The Little White Bird by J.M. Barrie. The Peter Pan chapters were extracted and published as a separate work in 1906. The color plates to Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by Arthur Rackham made the book immediately popular, and drew attention to Rackham, who was not well-known before then.
And among all the lights, she stood still lost not knowing where to call home. The surroundings were anything but believable, surreality sunk in and she found herself wandering, feeling in need of a title. The wanderer. A girl who walked the night and kept going for years to come. She herself, to never grow up, a glimmer roaming the streets eternally.
Norvz Austria channels abstract concepts of life that plague people and turns them into surreal works of digital art. These concepts include the constant passing of time, internal emptiness and the confusing array of paths a person can take in life. Norvz Austria illustrates these ideas through the use of clocks, doors and clouded picture frames.