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London Toy Shop Offers A Cut-Out Wonderland Shadowbox

The venerable Pollock’s Toy Shop in London offers an “Alice in Wonderland Shadowbox” featuring black-and-white images you can cut out and make into your own creative display.  Their site also shows a couple of examples of finished projects.  To view information and images for the Shadowbox, click me. Pollock’s also offers a few other Carrollian… [read full post]

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Tenniel Chess Set and Other Sundry Alice Items at London Boutique

As reported in the December 2012 issue of the Lewis Carroll Society (UK)’s Bandersnatch, there is a new boutique at 14 Cecil Court in London called Alice Through the Looking Glass. (It’s right next door to well-known Carrollian rare book dealer Marchpane.)  The founders of the boutique say they were inspired to start the business when… [read full post]

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Wonderland Sticky Notes from the Unemployed Philosophers Guild

If you aren’t already aware of the Unemployed Philosophers Guild, it’s a cheeky little company with a decidedly literary sense of humor in their offbeat product catalog.  They have a whole page dedicated to Carrollian treats, the latest of which is Wonderland Sticky Notes.  One of our mimsy minions just received a package of these… [read full post]

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Walrus and Carpenter Scrimshaw Art

Here’s something you don’t see every day.  In fact, you’ve never seen one of these before–and may never see one again!  A new LCSNA member by the highly appropriate name of Ray Carpenter has created a one-of a kind scrimshaw artwork depicting the Walrus and the Carpenter–and also Lewis Carroll.  You can check out images… [read full post]

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A Paper Doll To Call Your Own: Alice

Artist Sue Shanahan has added a new Alice-themed post to her child-centric blog, commonplacegrace.com.  In it, Sue ponders what might have led Lewis Carroll to pen the Alice books, and also shares an image of a charming Alice paper doll that she created a few years ago as a gift for the attendees at a United… [read full post]

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Cool Alice Art Car for Sale

Looking for a new set of wheels?  Or a nifty one-of-a-kind piece of Alice art sculpture?  Or maybe both?  Have a look at these images of artist Valerie Young’s new work.  You can click each image to see a larger version. This information was sent along with the pictures: “Artist Valerie Young writes, “When I… [read full post]

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