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Popular New Destination for Alice in Wonderland Tourists

FoxNews.com reports that Antony House, in Plymouth, UK, has seen a “huge increase in visitors” since Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie was released in March 2010.  The mansion (pictured above) was used in filming the non-Underland parts of the film. Antony House, near Plymouth in southern England, was lucky to attract more than 20,000… [read full post]

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Do I detect the odor of Frumious Bandersnatch?

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, out of North Hollywood (as witchy a place as there ever was), has released no fewer than three dozen specialty fragrances themed after Wonderland & Looking-Glass: Mad Tea Party: The Dodgson Collection. Scents inspired by the madness of Alice’s sojourns to Wonderland. They can each be ordered for $17.99 per 5ml… [read full post]

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All of Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland” in one tattoo

Tattoo by Holly Azzara

So… how much do you really love Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland”? Enough to get the entire movie tattooed on your body? Alice-themed tattoos are fairly common but few individuals have taken it as far as this client of Medway, MA tattoo artist Holly Azzara. Not content with a playing card or two, she wanted it all,… [read full post]

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Alice Revisited

(c) Ellen Kahn Artist Ellen Kahn‘s exhibit of paintings and works on paper, “Alice Revisited,” references the hall of doors in Alice in Wonderland and the garden of live flowers in Through the Looking Glass to “focus on the psychological struggle that is involved with trying to break free from childhood and move out into… [read full post]

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