Salvador Dalí and Alice In Wonderland go together like Beethoven and the sublime. So what could be better than a Dalí illustrated Alice in Wonderland? Only an IRL trip down the rabbit hole itself could possibly compare. The original Dalí/Lewis Carroll collaboration was published by NYC's Maecenas Press (a division of Random House) in 1969, and it subsequently went out of print and became a rare and sought-after collector's item. However, thanks to the delightful Evertype publishing, and the digitizing skills of New York's William Bennett Gallery, Dalí's Alice in Wonderland illustrations are once again available for your viewing pleasure. Read on to explore an annotated gallery of seldom-seen, fabulously psychedelic Salvador Dalí illustrations that might just blow your mind. And to buy your very own copy of this magnificent piece of art, simply click here.
The Mad Tea Party pictured here as it's never been pictured before, with fiery keys, fiery trees, fiery roots, and a special guest appearance by Dalí's famous melting-clock painting The Persistence of Memory.
A psychedelically – and violently – fabulous depiction of the Queen of Hearts and her bizarre croquet-mallets.
A somewhat religious depiction of what appears to be Alice and her sister, with the "Mystic Rose" of the rabbit hole gaping beneath – or something like that.