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This Alice in Wonderland t-shirt collection encompasses our t-shirts that have our Alice in Wonderland themed pencil drawings printed onto them. Our drawings have been inspired by the artwork of artist John Tenniel, in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, authored by Lewis Carroll.
Come with us on a journey to Wonderland, where you'll meet the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, flamingo and pig, as well as a dodo, puppy dog and Alice's 'drink me' bottle!
Product description for our Alice in Wonderland t-shirts
Our Alice in Wonderland t-shirts have our artwork printed onto them via DTG. Our DTG prints are long-lasting and fade resistant, and have been printed in the UK
The front of our Alice in Wonderland t-shirts have our artwork printed onto them. The back of these t-shirts are plain
Our Alice in Wonderland t-shirts are composed of excellent quality 100% ringspun cotton
Our Alice in Wonderland t-shirts are comfortable and easy to move in (great for dance, fitness and general wear)
Soft to the touch Alice in Wonderland tees
Crew neck Alice in Wonderland t-shirts
Short sleeved Alice in Wonderland shirts
Machine washable Alice in Wonderland shirts
Alice in Wonderland t-shirt sizes available:
Material composition of Alice in Wonderland t-shirts:
100% Ringspun cotton Alice in Wonderland t-shirts, 144gsm
Care instructions for Alice in Wonderland t-shirts:
Do not rub print on Alice in Wonderland t-shirts
Wash Alice in Wonderland t-shirts on the hand wash, or wool wash setting in a washing machine:
Wash Alice in Wonderland tees inside out
Use gentle laundry liquid to wash Alice in Wonderland t-shirts
Cool iron Alice in Wonderland shirts inside out
Do not dry clean Alice in Wonderland tees
Do not bleach Alice in Wonderland t-shirts
Do not tumble dry Alice in Wonderland shirts
About the story of Alice in Wonderland
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is a British novel. It was written in 1865 by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, under the pen name Lewis Carroll. The book was published in Oxford, where Dodgson lived most of his life.
The literature had its genesis when Dodgson went on a boat trip in Oxford, with his friend reverend Canon Duckworth and the 3 daughters of scholar George Liddell; the daughters were named Lorina (aged 13), Edith (aged 8) and Alice (aged 10). Dodgson often created stories and told them to these children, and this trip was no exception. Dogson told these children a story about a little girl named Alice, who was bored and in search of an adventure.
The little girl Alice Liddell enjoyed the story, and asked Dodgson to write down the story for her. Although Alice Liddell sometimes acted as a photography subject for Dodgson, she looked quite different to the drawings of Alice in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Alice Liddell had a short brown bob and fringe, whereas the fictional character Alice is depicted in the book as having long blonde hair.
Dodgson initially entitled his book Alice's Adventure Under Ground. However, Dodgson changed the name of the book, anticipating that people might think that the book was about mining! Dodgson enjoyed drawing, and initially added about 37 of his own drawings of the story's characters to his manuscript. However, Dodgson decided to approach Sir John Tenniel (who was a cartoonist for the magazine 'Punch'), asking him to create artwork for the book. In response Tenniel provided around 42 wood engraved illustrations for the published version of the novel.
In essence, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is about a young girl named Alice, who falls asleep in a meadow, and follows a white rabbit down a rabbit hole, where she encounters a fantasy world and strange creatures. In Wonderland, Alice changes size at different times, growing to the size of a house, and shrinking to the size of a mouse. Among the fantastical personalities that Alice meets in Wonderland are the Mad Hatter, a Gryphon, a caterpillar, the cheshire cat, and a flamingo. Alice also meets a Queen, the Duchess, a baby that turns into a pig, the March Hare and a mock turtle. At the end of the story, Alice's sister wakes her up from her dream.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is one of the most popular books globally, and is a favourite with both children and adults. Alice in Wonderland is an example of the genre of literary nonsense; this genre balances concepts that 'make sense', with ideas that do not. Since its emergence, the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland has always been in print, and has been translated into over 100 languages. Alice in Wonderland has been turned into films, theatre and radio shows, and has inspired games, rides and artwork. Moreover, Alice in Wonderland has been the subject of much scholarly analysis. In 1871 Dodgson published a sequel to the book, entitled Through the Looking Glass; this novel was also a hit.