*David Attenborough voice*
It is quiet, but the air is charged with concentration in the Wonderland office… paper rustles, and fingers type rapidly on keyboards. Every wonderbody is working intently, eyes transfixed on their screens. During this rare moment of quiet, we might take a look into their silent meeting room.
What do we see here… it seems to be a series of woodland animals and paper sculptures. The Wonderland is a hive of creativity, and it is not uncommon to find some mysterious objects born of creative minds.
If we look closely, we can see two miniature penguins talking to a fox with a flower in it’s ear. What are they saying? It has been said that penguins like to race their fellow paper friends. What a shame we weren’t here two minutes earlier to catch them running.
If we look a little closer, in the far corner there’s a meeting between two bunnies and a swan. The White Rabbit often loses track of time, so it’s no surprise here to see his waistcoat is without a stopwatch.
And what’s that in the other corner? A glorious butterfly resting next to what could be a another butterfly. Paper butterflies are social creatures, never normally found without a friend. In this case their love heart stickers would probably draw them together, and we may say that they are having a little gossip here.
No creative meeting room would be complete without a sculpture, and legend says that these colourful boxes have been handed down from generation to generation, to grace the plains of creative agencies for times to come.
We leave the wonderland meeting room for now, letting all woodland creatures and paper sculptures to their own devices. The Wonderland office is getting louder as the day starts to come to a close and The Wonderland ladies complete their tasks for the day…
Written by Emmy (AKA Emmet Attenborough)