So the Alice150 items keep rolling in! Now the UK has announced a slew of stamps to celebrate the 150th. Well, I guess it is *technically* a British book. Check out all the designs here. Let’s hope the USPS does something similar!
We love Teefury, mostly because they love Alice. And now they have sneakers! With the Cheshire Cat! Grab ’em now!
Teefury is becoming our new go-to shopping destination, now they have posters! A few weeks back they had a double Alice shirt day, and now one of those designs has been added to their poster collection, get yours now!
You know we love a good crowdfunding project, and there is a fantastic book project on Indiegogo running now through January 6th. Graphic designer and illustrator Tanika Fey has created 50 beautiful watercolors for her illustrated Alice, available in English and German, and is using Indiegogo to fund the printing of the actual books. Depending on… [read full post]
So our favorite daily t-shirt site has outdone themselves today, and posted two beautiful designs with Alice themes. The first is my fan favorite Megan Lara who has created a series of Mucha-inspired designs for a wide variety of fandom females (nice alliteration don’t you think?) The second design is by a new artist Gemma… [read full post]
Back in March we blogged about this cool necklace, and now catalog giant Signals has added it to its inventory. Just in time for Christmas!
Our favorite modern design shopping site Dot & Bo has a new page entirely devoted to Wonderland-inspired items. Very cool stuff!
Some of you may have seen this picture floating about on Facebook last week. Now all of the Books About Town BookBenches will be auctioned off for charity on October 7th – just 5 days from now! Get yourself the Alice bench and you’ll be the envy of Carrollians everywhere.
Just listed at Complete Auctions, original illustration of Carroll from Reader’s Digest. Bid before Thursday and it could be yours!
Amongst the many nouveau-Victorian decorative items offered by the Victorian Trading Company are a few Alice items, including jewelry, garden statuary and clothing. Certainly worth a look.