Salvador Dalí’s 1969 Interpretation of “Alice in Wonderland”

Here is a selection of illustrations by Salvador Dalí for a 1969 publication of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”

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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