Wednesday, May 25, 2011

callarpitter of thanks

yeah, you heard right.

I saw a really cool Alice in Wonderland print in a shop the other day that had the caterpillar as a fancy gentlman and I kinda liked it. If I find out who did it I'll for sure add it to this post.

Also, I'd like to mention, (if anyone reads the words part of this blog) that I'm extremely flattered and grateful to everyone who's viewing this blog. I checked the stats page the other day and alison wonderland got a fifth of all of its cumulative pageviews from the last two years in the last month. HOLY CATTLE. Thank you to everyone checks this page out, you're the coolest.
If you have a blogger account let's be friends.

I'm going to think of a way to get you all involved.


Monday, May 23, 2011

It's SATYRICAL, get it?

So people keep telling me about this Vancouver legend that I would totally love a guy who plays bagpipes with running stilts made like deer legs. I've never seen him, but I believe them. This isn't him. I don't know what he looks like.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

We'll put it in jar for you

Batch two of stickers! I like the top two, the bottom two went a little sideways.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Awareness is Important

The other night I was at a spoken word thing, and a friend of mine reminded me how much I love:

That friend and his fancy works I think are here, but if I can find his actual poem to go along with this, I'll link it.
cheers dears
I think I'll make a sticker out of this.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Lady Gray

The circle's not perfect, bit I'm fond of the banners. She's pretty.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Stick Them Up

A while back I bought some sticker paper and was amazed at how excellent it is. Anything you want- as a sticker. And so that's what these are all about:

The reason his last one here is so gray so that you can see the decorative edge of the sticker.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Sassy Sauce

I'm not drunk, you're drunk.

the original of this piece is about 10"x14" and on the worst paper ever.

Friday, May 6, 2011


Some drrrraaawings! Fun fact- this first fellow here, if you cover half of his face he looks happy, the other half looks craaazy. scheck it out.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Screen Door

This is a three layer screen print that I did while I was in Glasgow. It's about 4" x 6". I'm quite fond of it, and I hope you will be too.