As those of you who are coming to our upcoming Spring meeting are aware, our fellow Carrollian’s exhibition of Disney Alice memorabilia is now on exhibit at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum in Baltimore. Animation Scoop magazine just posted an online interview on their blog, check it out!
Attention Shoppers! TeeFury is offering two new Alice-themed designs:
One is a T-shirt that the site declares will only be available today, Black Friday, and never again after that. So if you like the design of Alice and the Cheshire Cat, you’ll need to buy it today.
They have also added a Disney-esque design to their “ugly sweaters” sweatshirt gallery. These are designs made to look as if they have been knitted, while in fact they are printed on the sweatshirts. So if you’re looking for an Alice-themed sweatshirt (or gift) with a homespun look, check out this item. This design will be available beyond today, unlike the T-shirt above. Both items offer a selection of sizes and colors, so choose carefully.
The site is also offering a 20% off Black Friday sale code, effective only through 11/29, and NOT applicable to the daily T-shirt design (like the one today for Alice). But it should apply to the sweatshirt and anything else on their site. The code is TFBF20.
Happy Shopping, Carrollians! And if you come across any other neat items, please let us know in the comments below.
Although the “one day only” shirts posted on April 27 are no longer available, you can shop Alice designs at Teefury by typing “Wonderland” in the search box.
Ever wondered about that copy of the 1865 Alice that turned up in an Indian bazaar? This article has some interesting points, and sets a few things straight. I’ll leave it up to the hard-core Carrollians to validate or vilify.
Artist Joe Hale has translated Alice into emoji – those cute little emoticons that populate Facebook and mobile phones. And now you can buy a poster of this amazing undertaking.
Scottish artist Jilly Henderson is celebrating 150 with a series of prints and other items featuring her Alice-themed art, which can be viewed on her Facebook page and purchased from her Etsy page.
So the Alice150 items keep rolling in! Now the UK has announced a slew of stamps to celebrate the 150th. Well, I guess it is *technically* a British book. Check out all the designs here. Let’s hope the USPS does something similar!
We love Teefury, mostly because they love Alice. And now they have sneakers! With the Cheshire Cat! Grab ’em now!
Teefury is becoming our new go-to shopping destination, now they have posters! A few weeks back they had a double Alice shirt day, and now one of those designs has been added to their poster collection, get yours now!
You know we love a good crowdfunding project, and there is a fantastic book project on Indiegogo running now through January 6th. Graphic designer and illustrator Tanika Fey has created 50 beautiful watercolors for her illustrated Alice, available in English and German, and is using Indiegogo to fund the printing of the actual books. Depending on the success of the project, the book may be printed in a variety of formats with even more illustrations! So get cracking, sponsoring a project like this makes a great Christmas or Hanukkah gift! Be sure to check out her webcomix too!