These curiously shaped poems are formed to look like objects from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Inspired by writer Lewis Carroll, Budapest-based illustrator Zsófia Szabó made these typographic poems.
The Hungarian poetry is not only shaped to look like something from the 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the poems also describe the very object they resemble. Zsófia Szabó is currently creating a book, which will begin with these drawings. The handmade book will also include illustrated and paper-cut scenes from the English literary work.
With instantly recognizable elements such as a rabbit, mushroom, teapot and teacup, these beautiful illustrations are done in red with a lighter reddish-pink background. If you loved Alice's Adventures in Wonderland as a child, these drawings are definitely worth checking out.
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