Sunday, September 04, 2005

Alice in Wonderland by Annie Leibovitz

I haven't blogged about photography in a while, and this is a good excuse: Annie Leibovitz has photos of Alice in Wonderland fashion scenes, staring the designers and the characters and some really weird dresses. I don't recommend it for the fashion as much as for the surreality and the facial expressions. She's got the right feel for the story.

Alice by Annie


Anonymous said...

Very nicely done. Oddly enough someone left money to my undergrad school on the condition that students in certain departments demonstrate a familiarity with Alice in Wonderland with the department chair.

It was the first time I had tought about it deeply or had visited the annotated versions. Fortuantely I didn't know about his other hobby at the time.

Lynn said...

That wasn't Caltech, was it? Or was that grad school? I thought you'd enjoy the one of Alice in the miniature house especially.

What, no comments on the physicists doing social nets?? :-)

Anonymous said...


The physicsts and social nets ... hmmm

I'm completely incompetent there and suspect others of the breed are too. I've always been struck by how difficult social science is