The response to my post “Nine Astonishing New Illustrators” was overwhelmingly positive, so I think it is time to do another. Most of these were found by an Instagram cadre… [read full post]
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Wonderland’s Other Queen?
According to Emma Capron, one of the world’s leading Renaissance art experts, and curator of The Ugly Duchess: Beauty and Satire in the Renaissance, which opens at the National Gallery… [read full post]
Street of Dreams
Beginning with its pre-title slide that proclaims that Dodgson met Alice in 1863 (it was, of course, in 1856), Elina Street’s 16-minute short film Alice and Lewis (Behind the Door… [read full post]
How Did We Miss This Great Art?
From March 27 to April 25, 2021, the Haven Gallery in Northport (Long Island, NY) had a “Lewis Carroll Group Exhibition” in which artists were “invited to look to the… [read full post]
Donald Rackin, 1933-2022
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of a great Carrollian and a true mensch: Donald Rackin passed away on November 23, 2022, at the age of… [read full post]
Immersive “Wonderland Dreams”
“Alexa Meade’s immersive art exhibition Wonderland Dreams is coming to NYC’s iconic 5th Avenue near Bryant Park. Every inch of the 26,000 square foot exhibit space is hand-painted from floor to… [read full post]
Vladimir Zimakov is a talented Boston-based book artist, designer, and illustrator specializing in techniques such as linocut, silkscreen, and letterpress, among other traditional and digital media. His latest project, four… [read full post]
Nine Astonishing New Illustrators
An absolute cornucopia of truly memorable illustrated editions have recently come our way, many of them discoveries of Adriana Peliano of the LCSBrazil. A few are newly published; some older… [read full post]
The Tricycle Down the Rabbit Hole
Fedde Benedictus’s site “The Tricycle Down the Rabbit Hole” contains musings on various topics from the perspective of a philosopher of physics. His “Numbers in Wonderland” thread has five episodes… [read full post]
Looking-Glass Exhibition in Brazil: Esplêndido!
This month (July 5-29), the Biblioteca Pública Estadual de Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte is presenting a splendid exhibition, the ninth such celebrating Carrollsday (July 4, of course). Brazil’s Carrollsday… [read full post]