David W. Tripp
Woodcut Block for Alice in Wonderland Collaborative Artist Project
2010
Carved White Pine/ Sharpee Marker
11 inchs x 14 inchs


‘We indeed!’ cried the Mouse, who was trembling down to the end of his tail, ‘As if I would talk on such a subject! Our family always hated cats: nasty, low, vulgar things! Don’t let me hear the name again!’

A piece for a collaborative art project where an artist is assigned a paragraph from Alice in wonderland and then that paragraph is replaced with an image based on that paragraph.

"Basically, we're taking the line 'what is the use of a book without pictures' (first statement by Alice in the book) and we're pushing it to the extreme. Every single paragraph of the entire book is being turned into a piece of artwork. In the end the project will be a collection of about 500-1000 pages of art created by hundreds of artists in every medium imaginable... telling the entire story without the use of any words."

Prints of this piece to come soon.

You can see the first pieces that are done by me and other artist at this link NOTLD Reanimated Facebook page
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