Monday, October 24, 2011

impromptu tea party v.2

impromptu tea party

based on
alice in wonderland and looking through the glass
by lewis carroll and tim burton

a book by
colette wibisono

upon a visit to a friend's house, we decided to play dress up... wonderlanding major style;  impromptu without much thinking and preparation, picking up what's in the closet.

here's the second version i made.  the first—more fun, less pages—is almost but never quite done yet. giant spider,

 this tome has 18 signatures 64 pages all in all.  the spine is about 4" thick.  it's a solid binding.



the potion bottle, cheshire and the tree....

that little heart locket opens to a mini tiny tweedles pop-up.

 opening title...

this window opens to a tunnel of see through pages.

i intended to make this like a storybook in it's own right, so i used real pages from disney's alice in wonderland based on tim burton's sceenplay.

half of the tome is either full page photos, double spread photos or chapters and pages from the storybook. 

just have to include this flying cards based on robert sabuda's version.

all quotes are based on the movie.

the end credits—even.

directed and produced by
colette wibisono

alice kingsley    naomi dame
           mad hatter    colette wibisono
        red queen    desiree pojoh
       cheshire cat    atrey moniarga
           march hare    max (not shown)
                               stayne-knave of hearts    no show                 
                                                        flower face    no show

director of photography
atrey moniarga and bernard napitupulu
costumes and make-up
 naomi dame and desiree pojoh

atrey moniarga and colette wibisono

visuals and props
graphics 45, ranger ink, 7 gypsies, embelliscrap, fimo, grafix, kaiser craft, basic grey, american craft, webster's pages, bo bunny,  artquest, canson, amaco, golden, staz on, tattered angels, tsukineko, maya road
various from etsy, ebay, ashlee, personal collection

two peas in a bucket gallery on october 25, 2011


Keila said...

OMG! Wonderful book!!!
Congrats, Keila.

Christa said...

I am totally totally in love with this book. You are genius! Wow.

jacirascrap said...

Mais um projeto impressionante...

kksb said...

Incredible! Beyond fantastic!

kksb said...

Incredibly awesome. How did you make the cover? It is so detailed. How about a tutorial on your blog for those of us who live on the other side of the world.

Corinna said...

this is one of the most amazing books I've ever seen! Beautiful! I saw you featured on Practical Scrappers.

TheRaLeA said...

ajarin aku bikin yang iniiiiii...huwaaaaaa

Christel said...

I am in AWE. A real beauty.