Japanese Artist Reimagines Alice In Wonderland As A World Of Polka Dots [Pics]

Japanese Artist Reimagines Alice In Wonderland As A World Of Polka Dots [Pics]
Design

Yayoi Kusama has illustrated Lewis Carroll’s classic story for a new edition released by Penguin UK.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 april 2012

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has illustrated a new version of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for Penguin Books. Kusama, who has a rare condition that makes her see colorful spots on everything, has provided vibrant artwork for the classic story. Her images are interspersed thoughtfully throughout the text, which is presented in a hardcover book with a clothbound jacket. Click through the images and watch the video below to see the visually striking new edition:

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