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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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Baba Studio Alice Bags and Tarot Deck

If shopping for Carrollian goodies is your “bag,” then you might want to check out Baba Studio’s web site, if you haven’t already done so.  They have quite a selection of Alice-themed bags.  To see the results of a search for “Wonderland” on their site, click me. Baba Studio is also hard at work on… [read full post]

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3D Paper Layer Alice Art Image

Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang has created this stunning Alice image using a technique of layering paper to create a 3D effect.  To see other (non-Carollian) images she has created, click here.  Wouldn’t it be great to see a whole edition of the Alice books illustrated by this talented, self-taught artist? Here she shares photos of creating… [read full post]

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Alice in LEGOLand

Tyler “LEGOhaulic” Clites grew up watching the Disney Alice in Wonderland film and loved its absurdity. It inspired him as he grew older to read the books, which sparked the idea of re-creating these worlds in miniature. When asked where he feels his work draws most from, Clites cites both Disney and Tenniel, whose versions he… [read full post]

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Mushroom Flash Drive

From the “just when you thought you’d seen it all” department, along with the “Gee, I just don’t know what to do with this $36K burning a whole in my expensive pants pocket” department, comes this costly bauble: a diamond-studded mushroom charm that houses a 32 gigabyte flash drive.  The designer claims the look was… [read full post]

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Renaissance Art and Technology Combine to Tell Alice’s Story Again

Are tablet computers revolutionizing the picture book? Ask me again in a hundred years. In the meantime, authors continue to explore the question by experimenting with the ever-willing, always-revolutionary Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. First to be mentioned on this site was Atomic Antelope’s ground-breaking “digital pop-up book”, then David Neal’s animation of classic illustrations. Now we have a… [read full post]

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‘Tis the Season to Remember Who Does the Dishes

Alice Tea Towel from the British Library
Alice Tea Towel from the British Library

After every tea party must come the washing up (assuming your clock hasn’t stopped at 6 o’clock). Make the job more pleasant, or at least more literary, with the Alice in Wonderland Tea Towel or the Literary Map of Britain and Northern Island Tea Towel from the British Library (around $16 each, plus shipping). These were very popular when… [read full post]

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