Alice in Wonderland

A young child dozes off a hot summer day only to be interrupted by a white rabbit speeding by, reading a pocket watch. And so begins Alice's fantastical journey down the rabbit hole and into wonderland with a curious but wonderful array of odd characters. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, under the pen name of Lewis Carroll, created the story to entertain a neighbor's daughter. Alice in Wonderland has passed down through the generations and still remains as one of the best examples of classic English literature.

Paying Homage to Carroll

2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the well-beloved children's book – Alice in Wonderland. By super-imposing the book's original illustrations with contemporary images, this project brings a modern interpretation and a psychedelic twist on Carroll's original masterpiece. In addition, when the booklet is opened, a conversation between Alice and the Chesire Cat is revealed between the covers. This project celebrates the author's accomplishments and revisits Alice's journey through Wonderland.

 
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