Alice in Wonderland is such a magical book, down the rabbit hole you go! With these 49 Magical Alice In Wonderland Spreads, lets create some really fun and inspired looks in your BuJo! How do you go about creating an Alice In Wonderland bullet journal Theme? Well the first step is chosing what magical part of the book you are going to incorpirate!
Interesting facts about the books!
- Dont feel bad about your interpretations of the illustrations! Carroll commissioned prominent English illustrator John Tenniel to create the accompanying art for the story. When he saw an early copy of the book, Tenniel was so dismayed at how badly his drawings had been reproduced, Carroll scrapped the entire edition, spending more than half his annual salary to get it reprinted and leaving him in a financial hole before the book even came out. Tenniel was a renowned illustrator by the time he took on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, known for his political cartoons. His drawings were first made on paper, then carved on woodblocks by engravers, which were then made into metal electrotype reproductions to be used in the printing process.
- It has been translated into 176 languages. Its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, sold out within seven weeks of its publication.
- The movie made just $2.1 million when it was released in 1951. It didn’t really become a cult classic until more than 15 years later, when college-age audiences discovered that the film was not unlike an acid trip and began having screenings of it on campuses across the country.
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