“alice’s adventures in wonderland”

  1. Grahame Baker-Smith and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

    Today marks 150 years since the first publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865). Lewis Carroll’s timeless tale has been reprinted and retold countless times. The original edition was illustrated by John Tenniel, but in the book’s 150 history, many extraordinary illustrators have contributed to its longevity, including Arthur Rackham (1907), Mervyn Peake (1946), Ralph Steadman (1967), Salvador Dalí (1969), Max Ernst (1970), and Anthony Browne (1988).

  2. Manga Mondays ~ Andrea Gen

    Argentine Andrea Gen creates some great manga style illustrations, using both digital and traditional colouring techniques. On her Deviant Art gallery you can find some of her sketches as well as more polished pieces. Her Alice in Wonderland work is particularly good! Head on over… 

  3. Svetlana Tigai

    Svetlana Tigai (a.k.a. Tsvetka, a.k.a. Ink-Pot) is a CG artist living in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. She uses computer programmes such as Photoshop and Painter to create her illustrations, which for the most part consist of fantasy art and pin-ups. There are also a few excellent portraits in her website portfolio, which you can find here.

  4. The Worlds of Mervyn Peake at the British Library

    Accomplished playwright, painter, poet and illustrator Mervyn Peake (1911-68) has an exhibition on now at the British Library. It started on the 5th of July, but there’s plenty of time to catch it as it ends on the 18th of September. The British Library recently acquired an archive of Peake’s work, and it’s on show. A big plus for Alice fans; his original drawings for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass can also be seen at the exhibition.