Author(s): Abigail Larson
"What is the use of a book," thought Alice, "without pictures..."
An extraordinary coloring book for adults straight from the imagination of Lewis Carroll and through the hand of illustrator Abigail Larson, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland leap to life in curious and quirky, beautifully inked scenes. Grab a vorpal sword and pen (or colored pencil or marker) and tumble down the rabbit hole as you color in 70 fantastically curious and dreamily detailed pages while Alice encounters everything from shrinking cakes and cryptic caterpillars to mad tea parties, raging red queens and even a frumious Jabberwock. Complete favorite Alice moments, classic quotes, character cameos, whimsical wallpaper patterns and repeating motifs: mushrooms, teacups and bottles marked "drink me."
Believe six impossible things before breakfast--and color them all.
"Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality." --Lewis Carroll
Abigail Larson's work has been featured in galleries across the United States and Europe, including the Museum of American Illustrators in New York, The Poe Museum of Richmond, and Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles (to name a few) and she has participated in many group gallery shows including Halloweentown's annual "Tribute to the Haunted Mansion" and Creature Features' "October Shadows" shows - not to mention prestigious venues in London, Paris, and Madrid. Her illustrations have been featured in various publications including Spectrum Fantastic Art, Art Fundamentals, The Graphic Canon of Children's Literature, IDW Publishing, and Digital Artist among many other publishing houses. She's also created advertisements for several companies including John Fluevog and China Glaze. Her first fully illustrated children's book, Sarah Faire and the House at the End of the World was released in 2013, and Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes was published in 2015 by Pelican.