• Image of Alice In Wonderland 'Raven' Print
  • Image of Alice In Wonderland 'Raven' Print
  • Image of Alice In Wonderland 'Raven' Print
  • Image of Alice In Wonderland 'Raven' Print
  • Image of Alice In Wonderland 'Raven' Print

An Alice in Wonderland inspired giclee print (measuring 6" x 8"). Printed from a hand drawn original.

This print features a classic riddle from the Mad Hatter 'Why is a raven like a writing desk?'. It makes a perfect gift for all fans of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

For the more curious among you Lewis Carroll himself proposed an answer in the 1897 final revision of Alice's Adventures. "Because it can produce a few notes, though they are very flat; and it is never put with the wrong end in front!" The early issues of the revision spell "never" as "nevar", ie "raven" with the wrong end in front.

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made from:

This Giclee print has been printed on Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced Matt 210gsm using fade-resistant, archival Epson pigment inks which will not fade or yellow over time.Your print will be signed and dated in pencil in the bottom right corner.

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dimensions:

This poster measures 6" x 8" and will fit a standard 6" x 8" frame.

I don't sell my prints framed as I would have to charge you so much more than if you just bought the frame yourself.

Your print will be wrapped in acid free tissue paper and sent to you in a hard backed envelope.