We’re all mad here!

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the publication Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. To celebrate, the British Library has opened up a pop-up shop with all the weird, wonderful and, of course, curious Alice goodies you could imagine. We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek…

Alice Pop Up Shop

Stepping into the shop really is like falling down a rabbit hole as the design of the shop captures the essence of Carroll’s books perfectly. Everything from the floor and display cabinets to the ceiling decorations and original illustrations of Alice and her friends will have you believing you’ve entered Wonderland.

The British Library teamed up with Etsy for a competition to find some talented designers who put their own spin on Alice with their fantastic creations. Watch out for the designs from winners Chá Com Letras, Gunna Ydri, Dina Malkova, Rentaro and Pobble and Ping.

Pobble and Ping Alice in Wonderland Pencils

Alice in Wonderland Cup and Saucer

The shop is open until 31st January and the long-awaited exhibition showcasing the original manuscript will open on 20th November. You won’t want to miss out, so don’t be late…

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