Yayoi Kusama, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, 2012 – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Print

My efforts to receive more information on this edition from the publisher Penguin are still in vain. Here is some additional info I found on the web:
n February 2012, Penguin editor, re-published Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland in an original version illustrated by Yayoi Kusama, to follow her retrospective presented in Tate modern, London. On the occasion of its collaboration with Yayoi Kusama, Louis Vuitton propose a limited edition of this book. Presented in a luxurious box, this collectable gathers the original text from Lewis Carroll, illustrated by Yayoi Kusama, and 2 works signed by the artist : a serigraphy and an unpublished photos print. This project, between literary work and contemporary creation initiates a journey in two singular universes. This box will be on sales from 10th of July in a selection of Vuitton’s stores in a limited edition to 111 pieces numbered and signed by the artist. Box format 53x76x6cm, price tag 3500.(Information via: soblacktie.com)

Yayoi Kusama, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 2012
Yayoi Kusama, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 2012Penguin books will release a special Yayoi Kusama edition of Lewis Carroll's book "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" in July 2012.  Kusama's images are be interspersed throughout the text and the book features a pull-out print. What the print looks like and also the edition size are at this time unknown. I'll keep you posted !!!
Limited Book Edition with Artwork by Yayoi Kusama
Handsigned and numbered by the artist
Size : 348 x 418mm Pages : 254 Published : 05 Jul 2012
Publisher : Penguin  Price: £ 500
The book will be available at Penguin books here
Since childhood, Kusama has been afflicted with a condition that makes her see spots, which means she sees the world in a surreal, almost hallucinogenic way that sits very well with the Wonderland of Alice. She is fascinated by childhood and the way adults have the ability, at their most creative, to see things the way children do, a central concern of the Alice books.


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