Canadian artist Oleg Lipchenko has very generously decided to auction off his Carrollian work, books and original art, in support of his native Ukraine. The auction is LIVE. You can… [read full post]
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Keys to It All!
PimpMyKeyboard’s “UnAlice” is a set of “dye-sublimated keycaps inspired by Alice in Wonderland. The spindly Victorian type is complemented nicely by illustrated function and meta keys featuring the White Rabbit,… [read full post]
Katia Fiorentino’s Calendar
Katia is a talented artist, born in Italy and currently living in the U.K. Her Alice’s alphabet came out in 2014 as a limited edition of hand-screen-printed sets of illustrations,… [read full post]
Oleg Lipchenko’s Looking-Glass!
In 2009, Oleg’s fabulous illustrations to Wonderland were awarded the annual IBBY Canada Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Award, which honors outstanding artistic talent in Canadian picture books. His 2012 Snark is also… [read full post]
In a Strangeling Land
Artist Jasmine Becket-Griffith’s take on Alice tends towards the large-eyed, Betty Boop-slash-“kawaii” (cuteness) style of Japanese manga and anime, but with her own brightly colored, somewhat kitschy slant. On her… [read full post]
What card should the Queen of Hearts be in a deck of cards?
All ways here you see, are the Three of Clubs’ way! This comes via Reddit’s r/crappydesign, the Comic Sans-loving subreddit devoted to horrifying style and engineering choices. User PingPongPresident found… [read full post]
Geppi Museum Exhibit on Disney Alice Opens
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… [read full post]
Black Friday Alice Designs at TeeFury
Attention Shoppers! TeeFury is offering two new Alice-themed designs: One is a T-shirt that the site declares will only be available today, Black Friday, and never again after that. So… [read full post]
Interesting Article on the Bangalore Alice
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… [read full post]