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.
At the Big WOW! ComicFest in San Jose yesterday I (Mark B) met Diana Levin, an L. A. artist whose take on Alice is what she calls “Creepy Cute.” You can find her prints, pendants, pocketwatches, and the like here.
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.
Bifurcate thy dwelling with these wood and canvas screens from RoomDividers.com.
Scienceworks museum in Spotswood Australia has opened a new interactive exhibit to introduce science and math concepts to children. Running through October.
Apparently it’s not just us Carrollians who’ve taken notice of the big 1-5-0, game designers have too. Take this for instance, a Gamejolt Jam, which is apparently a challenge to come up with games based on a theme, has a new Alice jam scheduled for June 27 – July 3. The rules are simple: Base… [read full post]
Well, I guess it had to happen sooner or later, a Las Vegas Alice show. Performed infrequently, check the show’s page on the official Hard Rock website for details. Next performance appears to be May 20. From the Las Vegas Sun: Alice: A Steampunk Rock Opera at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel, and the eight-member… [read full post]
On April 24th the Pontine Theatre will premiere its new Victorian-style toy theatre production of The Hunting of the Snark and Other Nonsense. Shows run through May 20th. The production is performed by Co-Artistic Directors, Greg Gathers and Marguerite Mathews. The figures, set, projected images and costumes are designed and created by Mr. Gathers, examples… [read full post]
Currently in Beta, there is a new game being developed by PlayparkSEA for both Android and iOS platforms based on Alice. From what we can see in this video, looks like it might be fun 🙂 Not sure if you can still get in on the beta, but follow on Facebook to see.
Who doesn’t love Peeps? When not eating them, or jousting with them, what can they be used for? Why, for constructing elaborate dioramas depicting scenes from Alice in Wonderland of course! The Washington Post’s annual Peep Diorama contest this year had an Alice entry as one of the best, and I must say it does… [read full post]