A recluse Factory owner named Willy Wonker from the Candy Factory, came up with a concept of having a competition whereby he would donate 5 Golden Tickets to children. Four of the tickets were won by four insufferable children leaving the lucky last ticket, to be won by a poor boy named Charlie. All ticket holders were given a personal and sometimes dangerous tour of the Chocolate Factory and a lifetime supply of candy.
On the mystical island of Neverland there is a free spirited, mischievous young boy who never grows up. His ability to fly and interact with others such as mermaids, fairies, native Indians and normal children. Allows for a life of achieving all your childhood fantasies.
The son of the most powerful knight in the galaxy, torn between the ideals of his father living on the Dark Side and his own beliefs on the Light Side. The Light Side used their abilities to gather knowledge and keep peace in the Galaxy. Representing honesty, compassion, mercy, self sacrifice and other positive emotions.
I remember staying up late as a child to watch the Disney cartoon movie Alice in Wonderland, it was also one of my most favorite and memorable rides at Disneyland. And now I enjoy watching the movie with my kids. I wanted to see what an expression coffin would look like inspired by Alice in Wonderland with the goal of having the coffin tell the story of Alice's journey through wonderland.