Alice in process…

Instead of the question “Who is Alice?” there are now paths leading to what Alice might come to be…

29 Jan 2014

Alicedelic dreams and psychedelic Alices: selection in progress

 Marilen Adrover


Gift animations of Disney Alice in a trippy background.
All pictures found at Soup von Alice-in-Wonderland 

"Inspired by Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland, the designing duo behind Romance Was Born (Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales) created a psychedelic collection that took a bite out of both sides of the mushroom. It was equal parts whimsical and wacky, magical and mad, presenting Cheshire Cat jumpsuits, princess-themed dresses and mushroom-embellished sweaters on a set so sweet it could have given you a toothache. Literally, in fact, given that it was made out of sugar by sugar-craft artist Tanya Schultz of Pip and Pop."
found at maisonmouse

Alicedelic Alices from 60'.

my dearest:

selection in progress:

Joe McHugh, 1967.

Joe McHugh, 1967.

Joe McHugh, 1967.

Joe McHugh, 1967.

Cathy Hill

Cathy Hill

Blotter Acid sheet:


"Psychedelics, Baby! 

The Psychedelic Interpretation, more than some of the others, has its roots in popular culture, specifically with Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit.” The lyrics, written by Grace Slick, include a lot of Alice imagery, as well as some not-so-subtle drug references, which nevertheless were subtle enough to make it past the radio censors in 1967. 

The song was enormously popular and inspired many other artists to explore the connection between Alice and recreational drug use, until Alice was essentially the mascot of ‘60s and ‘70s drug culture. In fact, as Scott Parker points out, “the association of drugs with Alice is so established that alice is now a slang term for LSD” (138)."

continue reading about  Psychedelic Interpretations of Alice in Wonderland at

Curiouser and curiouser the Evolution of Wonderland

Reference Book

Elizabeth McTaggart

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