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Announcing the LCSNA Call for “Alice150” Logo Designs

Dear LCSNA members (and members-to-be!), Our upcoming Alice150 celebration in 2015 needs a great Logo. And we need it fast. Whether or not you’re a professional artist, we encourage you to try your hand at designing a Logo. Logo Criteria: 1. Must include Alice150 (as one word) in a decorative and exciting but still clear piece of word art…. [read full post]

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New UK Art Exhibit Portrays “The Curious Invention of Lewis Carroll”

Our thanks to Mark Richards for news of this new art exhibit in Warrington, England.  Local area artist Frances Broomfield has created a series of fanciful paintings that reimagine some familiar Carrollian characters, along with other flights of fancy.  In addition, Broomfield commemorates and in some measure recreates an exhibit that the young Mr. Dodgson… [read full post]

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Final Day of David Delamare Kickstarter Campaign for Deluxe Alice Book

As noted in a previous blog post, artist David Delamare is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the printing of his private, deluxe edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.  We received the following note to remind us that today is the LAST chance to support his campaign and take advantage of supporter perks. While you can… [read full post]

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Pinterest Page Displays Vintage Alice in Wonderland Book Covers

If you would enjoy seeing an online collection of vintage book covers for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland from all over the world, then you’ll enjoy this Pinterest page spotted by one of our mimsy minions.  The page owner already has a nice start on an enjoyable collection of images. To see the Wonderland book cover images on Pinterest,… [read full post]

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David Delamare Alice Book Kickstarter Campaign

If you are a fan of Lewis Carroll and reader of this blog, then you have probably seen our prior posts about artist David Delamare.  He has been working on paintings and illustrations for his own edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for five years now.  One of our mimsy minions has just alerted us that… [read full post]

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Exploring the Influence of Lewis Carroll’s Trip to Russia on His Photography

One of our mimsy minions has alerted us that a recent issue of Art History journal includes an article entitled “Shopping in St Petersburg: Lewis Carroll’s Photographs and Icons”  Here’s a brief excerpt, courtesy of our minion: “While critics have paid scant attention to Carroll’s Russian visit, maintaining it had little impact upon him since he… [read full post]

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Reminder: Exclusive Discount on Litographs Site Ends November 30th!

THIS IS A REPOST TO REMIND YOU HOLIDAY SHOPPERS (AND ALL-YEAR LITERATURE LOVERS) THAT OUR EXCLUSIVE 15% DISCOUNT FOR THE LITOGRAPHS SITE ENDS THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH!  THE SITE FEATURES GREAT GIFTS INSPIRED BY MANY DIFFERENT GREAT WORKS OF LITERATURE, NOT JUST THE ALICE BOOKS.  BE SURE TO USE OUR “CARROLLBLOG” DISCOUNT AT CHECKOUT.  AND HAPPY… [read full post]

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Lewis Carroll As Victorian Art Director

One of our mimsy minions has shared a link to an interesting blog post that discusses the concept of Lewis Carroll as an Art Director–after all, he certainly oversaw all aspects of the publishing of the two Alice books.  The post also provides links to three related Pinterest boards. To read all about it, click me.

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Interactive Installation “Alice in Berlin” Comes to Brooklyn and Chicago

One of our mimsy minions just forwarded us this information about the “interactive installation” Alice in Berlin, which is now coming to Brooklyn, NY this week from 9/27-29, and then to Chicago on October 19-20th.  To read more about this project, click me.

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New Carroll-inspired Group Art Show in Chicago

We have just received this notice of a new multimedia art exhibit that will run in Chicago through November 5th (the Opening Reception is free): “”The Mad Hatter’s Tea party” is a Multi-media wacky, whimsical group art show including mixed media sculpture, soft sculpture, 3-D photography, paintings inspired by Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and other… [read full post]

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