A fine line of “Wash Me Wonderland” soaps is now available on Etsy, with art by Raul Contreras of Alice’s Bloody Adventures in Wonderland fame (not to worry, these drawings are completely tame). “And washing?” said the Mock Turtle.
London bookseller Peter Harrington has a new catalogue “from the library of an English bibliophile,” with a number of extraordinary Carrollian items, including presentations copies (one to John Tenniel!) and previously unknown editions (such as a Symbolic Logic in a dust jacket). They are also at extraordinarily high prices (e.g., £57,500 for an 1866 Alice, £27,500 for… [read full post]
On June 16, Christie’s will be offering one of the 23 known surviving copies of the first edition, if you have two or three million dollars to spare. Details and video here.
On March 30, LEGO announced its 18th collection of minifigures, this one featuring “iconic” Disney characters, including Alice and the Cheshire Cat. She’s holding a bottle labelled “Drink Me” and a very small cake. You can get them online from eBay, Walmart, etc. Or if you find one in a store (the Cheshire Cat is prominent… [read full post]