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Fill My Head With Ideas

Jabberwocky is a poem written by Lewis Caroll, who also wrote Alice in Wonderland. He invented playful words that sound like real ones, but their meaning is unclear. 36 more words


Alice in Wonderland @ The British Library

To celebrate 150 years of the publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (aka the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), The British Library have put on a brilliant free exhibition that takes you through the many different illustrations and interpretations of this classic children’s story that has continued to fascinate and capture people’s imaginations for over a century. 526 more words


Hidden histories of illustration: Parallel session E

The 22nd annual IBBY/NCRCL MA Conference took place on 14 November 2015 at the University of Roehampton. This year’s theme was ‘Steering the Craft: Navigating the process of creating children’s books in the 21st century’. 447 more words


Illustration as a process of Creativity

To talk about how I go about designing a picturebook in terms of a creative process, I began to categorise steps I take to reach a final output. 462 more words


Word and Art

Japonisme is a French term. It was first used by Jules Claretie (3 December 1840 – 23 December 1913) in L’Art français en 1872 (French Art in 1872).  1,357 more words


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