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Trevor Brown’s Alice

Trevor Brown’s Alice: illustrations by Trevor Brown.
With essays by Long Gone John and Kyo Satsuki. Translated by Don Kenny and Ei Kaneko.

Published by Treville Pan-exotica/ Kenichi Kawai.

Signed by the artist.

Trevor Brown (born 1959 in London) is a British artist who is currently living and working in Japan. His work explores paraphilia/ fetishes, so this is not a children’s Alice.

The book is a catalogue of sorts for his current gallery show at Bunkamura Gallery in Japan.

This special edition of the book features a pink spined jacket and a “diy pop-up kit” – which is really an extra book cover containing cards with shapes to cut out and assemble – all done up in the pink gros-grain ribbon.

In the main book there are 80 pages with 32 works including:

  • Alice Kawaii
  • Chess
  • Dumpty
  • Eat Me
  • The Pool of Tears
  • The Tweedles
  • Go Ask Alice
  • Cosmic Kitty
  • Through the Looking Glass
  • Which Dreamed It?
  • Green Tea Party
  • Curiouser and Curiouser
  • Down the Rabbit Hole
  • Impotent
  • Malice in Wonderland
  • Pig
  • Queen Alice
  • Red Painted Rose

You can see some of the pictures here, which is where I bought it. (Thanks to the lovely and helpful Katie). You can also order the standard edition- in blue and without the pop-up section.

As I say, the pop-up part of the package needs cutting out before assembling, so I expect mine will stay untouched. You can see what it should look like here.

You can get the 2010 paperback standard edition on Amazon: Trevor Brown: Alice




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