Fritha Land is an artist and illustrator living in Forres, Scotland. Her influences are the Rudolf Steiner community where Fritha lived as a child, her grandmother's cottage in the Scottish Borders and the Edinburgh Festival where Fritha spent much of her youth busking with her saxophone and running around with circus performers, Pollocks Toy Museum and Shoreditch circa 2003. Fritha studied for her Masters at Central St. Martins in Communication Design (Illustration) and holds a First Class Honours Degree in Tourism Management. Since selling balloons at a Warner Brothers Theme Park in the USA, she has had an ongoing obsession with cartoon animals. She studied their use in marketing junk food to children. She likes her dog, alcohol free, conscious dancing, yoga, making textile design and animation using PowerPoint.

Fritha is currently setting up a National Unicorn Museum in a beautiful 17th Century shop in Forres www.nationalunicornmuseum.com