The entire text of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, gloriously reprinted on 2,500 bodies as tattoos

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By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Thursday 31 July 2014

Litographs, which creates lit-inspired products like t-shirts and bags, has taken wearable art to the next stage with temporary literary tattoos for bibliophiles. To launch its first collection of literary tattoos from fifteen literature classics, it has turned to Kickstarter for help. What’s even better is Litographs’ plan to form the World’s Longest Tattoo Chain with 2,500 people.

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Jan Svankmejer’s surrealistic vision of Alice in Wonderland

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By Kate McCarthy in New Film on Friday 8 November 2013

Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland always was a bit creepy, but Jan Svankmeyer takes it to sublime Victorian pop up book and Punch and Judy beautiful creepy. With Faust (1995), it seems as if Svankmejer’s editorial assistant on the production might actually have been Satan.

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Alice in Wonderland body ink

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By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Wednesday 18 September 2013

Alice in Wonderland has been inspiring people for decades, so it’s no wonder that the classic artwork illustrations by Sir John Tenniel have been inspiringly adapted for the ink-hungry. Well pulled off.

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Alice in Wonderland illustrations by Salvador Dali

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Friday 4 January 2013

These rare, lesser-known Salvador Dali illustrations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland are intriguing and surreal. These illustrations were compiled into a book and sold on Amazon for $12,900. It’s interesting to see such a famous artist’s interpretation of an even more famous novel.

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Alice in Wonderland concept art by Michael Kutsche

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By The Flying Dutchman in New Illustration on Wednesday 14 March 2012

Michael Kutsche is a German-born concept artist, producing work of such stunning richness and complexity that the broader project almost becomes irrelevant. He is responsible for the insane visual progression of Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland that we saw in the Tim Burton film. Also, most recently, he did some incredible work for the upcoming John Carter film, which promises to be one of the year’s more visually stimulating flicks.

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Sharon Chai redesigns the cover for Alice In Wonderland

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By J. Cooper in New Art on Thursday 20 October 2011

A major talent in design and illustration is London-based, Australian creative, Sharon Chai. Chai and I worked together a few years back at Stylorouge designing record covers and the like. She has recently been briefed by MacMillan to create design and illustrations for a special edition of Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice In Wonderland.

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Malice in Wonderland

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Monday 14 December 2009

Experimental filmmaker Vince Collins made this stunning, but disturbing short animated version of the Alice in Wonderland story in 1983, but it’s still one of the most tripped-out things I’ve ever seen. It’s quite inspiring, actually.

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