Here is a selection of illustrations by Salvador Dalí for a 1969 publication of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”
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It’s 1969. Psychedelia gets weirder, the Age of Aquarius dawns, Grace Slick falls down the rabbit hole at Woodstock. Unrest and revolution break out all over the topsy-turvy world. What better time to release a new edition of Lewis Carroll’s never-out-of-style surrealist fable? And who better to provide the illustrations than Salvador Dali? The flamboyant Spanish artist made the four-color frontispiece above and one full-color image for each chapter.
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