A Harvard professor has posted an interesting blog article about Alan Turing’s interactions with Carroll’s writings – both Wonderland and Logic. Check it out here.
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.
There was a discussion of Alice at 11am ET on February 25 on The Diane Rehm Show on NPR. Special guests Rosemary Jann – professor of English at George Mason University, John Pfordrescher – professor of English at Georgetown University, and Lizzie Skurnick editor-in-chief Lizzie Skurnick Books. Also be sure to check out the article on Alice in… [read full post]
Our good friend and past-president of the UK Lewis Carroll Society has created a centralized site for all items pertaining to the 150th anniversary celebration of our favorite book. Updated daily, this site is must see TV – or something like that 🙂 Invaluable resource to be sure.
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]
Just in time for Cyber Monday, eclectic online retailer UncommonGoods has released a series of literary scarves – and of course Alice is amongst them.
We love discovering new talent, even more so when they seek us out! Valeriy Kozhin reached out to us with his short film “The Gardeners Dream”, and had this to say: I was born in Moscow in 1983. I studied in VGIK (Russian filmmaker’s institute). I’m a member of Russian Artists Union. My degree work was “Alice’s… [read full post]
Very fun ad with narration by Hugh Laurie for easyJet, featuring a very tardy bunny singing a very familiar Disney song. Enjoy!
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.
It certainly has been the week for t-shirts, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one this cool. An actual disappearing Cheshire Cat! Isn’t technology cool? Get yours at the Unemployed Philosophers Guild today!