The typography on this turn-of-the-century edition, which features one of John Tenniel’s original illustrations, is to die for. Someone, please make this a font.
This apple-cheeked Alice, in her pretty, drop-waist skirt, is one of our favorites.
This Alice almost looks she could be asleep and dreaming, in a nightgown.
This Alice reminds us a bit of Nancy Drew. And another great typeface!
Can’t you just see a ’50s schoolchild carrying this one?
Ah, the ’60s. Yes, burnouts — this is Ralph Steadman, the guy who illustrated Hunter S. Thompson’s books.
A surreal take on Alice, en français, by Nicole Claveloux.
Considering it was the mid-’80s, it’s not particularly surprising to see this brightly colored, practically New Wave take on John Tenniel’s original illustrations.
Even if there weren’t any text on the cover, it would be pretty clear that this was the Japanese version, right?
Hugh D’Andrade’s pink, leather-bound Alice is a little bit Victoriana, a little bit rock ‘n roll.