Alice in Wonderland
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. Walt Disney and Tim Burton have created famous film versions. Here's our take on the classic.
Alice in a doughnut in a cup of tea Alice on a stack of books
Alice relaxes on a donught float, a tribute to Tom Petty's video "Don't Come Around Here No More" Alice climbs a stack of books to unlock a door.
Tea Time Double Fantasy
Double Vision, Alice pours herself a cup of tea. It's the same model with a double exposure. Double fantasy, another double exposure as Alice plays cards against herself with the white rabbit and Chessire Cat checking out their cards.
Sleeping Alice In the grass
Alice falls asleep. Small Alice peeks through the tall grass.
Alice by tree Ian Hunter wine Alice in donut
Small Alice behind a tree "Well, I drunk a lot of wine and I'm feeling fine" — David Bowie Alice rests in a donut—Special thanks to Jennifer, the model who played Alice.
Alice rides the white rabbit Alice vs Alice Queen of Hearts Through the looking glass
Alice rides the White Rabbit Alice vs. Dark Alice Alice plays the Queen of Hearts Through the Looking Glass
Alice in Big Yellow Chair straight Alice in Big Yellow Chair side
Alice in the Big Yellow Chair Alice Relaxes in the Big Yellow Chair