|22 Jun 2007|| Pai|
Uh-oh... the bottle says "Drick me", and not "Drink me." Eh, leave it to me to point that out...
I do like the idea, though. I never really pictured the Mad Hatter like that, though. Makes him look more... mad. xD
-first comment dance-
|7 Jul 2007|| Emmy|
Really nice work! I like the composition; it gives a good sense of movement.
To the commenter Pai: the bottle doesn't actually say "Drick me". It says "Drick mig" which means "Drink me" in Swedish. Richard Svensson
replies: "Thanks! And you're right about the "Drick mig"."
|19 Oct 2007|| Invicta|
Nice job, I like the way ALice is elongated. Richard Svensson
replies: "Thanks! Alice is constantly being extended and compressed in the story. We had to present that with some innovative storytelling tricks in the play, but we thought we might show the real deal on the poster."
|7 Apr 2008|| Vilde Dyrnes Ulriksen|
Very good! I think you have caught the magic of the book and movie in a great way! Richard Svensson
replies: "Thank you! This stage show was influenced by many things, and yet we tried to make something of our own."
|23 Aug 2008|| Julia W. Harme|
i knew this was alice in wodnerland before i even read the title! haha! i love this! haha drick mig!! the flamingo is the best! hahaha! good job! Richard Svensson
replies: "It’s pretty easy to recognize, isn’t it? I think that flamingo is supposed to be a dodo. We had to skip the flamingo crocket clubs for the play, as there simply wasn’t enough time or money to make them."
|23 Jan 2009|| Natalie Adams|
COOL - great poster, full of colours and life! Hope the cast liked it! Richard Svensson
replies: "They did, and they made great use of it. You can actually see them all dressed up here:
|8 Sep 2009|| Chantelle Johnston|
I think this is my favourite in your gallery. Nicely done. Richard Svensson
replies: "Thanks! This is a poster for a stage performance based on the book and I’m kind of happy with it. I’d love to actually illustrate the whole book. It would be done in a different way if I got the chance."
|8 Feb 2010|| Rachael E Smurthwaite|
This is fabulous! One of my favorites among your pieces. Lovely! Keep it up! Richard Svensson
replies: "Thanks! It was a lovely stage show, done outdoors actually (at one time in the pouring rain)."
|16 Feb 2013|| Emma Laguna|
This is really interesting! I love the perspective.