Through the Looking Glass. This is a map of Alice's Wonderland. Games figure heavily in the themes of both of Lewis Carrol's books, so I built this picture around that theme. Wonderland is laid out like a chessboard, as described in Through the Looking Glass, and the art itself is a functional maze. One path will take you through the events of the first book, and another will take you through the second book. Both end at an Escher-inspired castle, because down is up and up is down in Wonderland. The boat in the river is a nod to the origins of the books, which began life as tales told by Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carrol) to young Alice Liddell on an afternoon boat ride. Digital art, 18x24.

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