This seems to be a banner year for hunting particularly elegant Snarks. The Cheshire Cat Press of Toronto last year published a fine-press Snark illustrated by Byron Sewell (42 copies, $350, KL 101:58), and will soon publish an identically formatted edition with illustrations by George Walker based on Donald Trump’s cabinet as the crew. Another… [read full post]
Renowned Spanish illustrator, and professor at the University of Granada, Sergio García Sánchez depicted the entire book of Wonderland in a single circular image, published in the New York Times Book Review on February 2, 2018. He has now made beautiful 100 × 100 cm (39 × 39 inch) prints available on acid-free Fabriano Accademia… [read full post]
After a year and a half long restoration, the Through the Looking Glass painting has been returned to the Pittsburg Public Library (Kansas not Pennsylvania). The Pittsburg Morning Sun notes that limited edition prints will be available to aid in fundraising for the library.
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!
Mary Kline-Misol, the fabulous Alice artist who hosted the 2006 meeting is now offering selected images from her Alice Cycle as fine art giclée reproductions. Images from the series include: 1.Acrostic 2.Apotheosis of Alice 3.Curiouser and Curiouser 4.Brothers Tweedle 5.Hatter 6.Fetish for Cheshire Cat Print size is 20X18 on archival paper. Priced at $180.00 per image… [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]
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]
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.
In celebration of the 150th anniversary, Imagine! Publishing (an imprint of Charlesbridge) is publishing a picture book edition called Alice in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole. Fashioned as an introduction to the classic for younger readers, the story is retold by Charles Nurnberg and Joe Rhatigan with luminous paintings by bestselling French illustrator Eric Puybaret.