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A potential poster for Wonderland, an Alice in Wonderland Broadway musical. Designed by John Turner via New York Times.

A potential poster for Wonderland, an Alice in Wonderland Broadway musical. Designed by John Turner via New York Times.

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A potential poster for Wonderland, an Alice in Wonderland Broadway musical. Designed by John Turner via New York Times.

A potential poster for Wonderland, an Alice in Wonderland Broadway musical. Designed by John Turner via New York Times.

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thedailywhat:

Kickass Cutlery of the Day: Alice in Wonderland-inspired silverware from Hidden Art.

Handmade in England these pewter cutleries make excellent gifts and collector’s items. Each cutlery has a magnifying glass inserted into the head of the character to allow you to see your food more carefully or read a menu or any fine print.

[holycool.]

thedailywhat:

Kickass Cutlery of the Day: Alice in Wonderland-inspired silverware from Hidden Art.

Handmade in England these pewter cutleries make excellent gifts and collector’s items. Each cutlery has a magnifying glass inserted into the head of the character to allow you to see your food more carefully or read a menu or any fine print.

[holycool.]

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Find the bunny. From the New York Post's fashion editorial, shot by Victoria Will. Thank you, Josh.

Find the bunny. From the New York Post's fashion editorial, shot by Victoria Will. Thank you, Josh.

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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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Alice in Wonderland, 1903
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From the J. Peterman spring catalog, by way of Jezebel.

From the J. Peterman spring catalog, by way of Jezebel.

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Played by Mia Wasikowska, Alice looks a touch dazed: she seems to have left her pulse above ground when she fell down the rabbit hole of Mr. Burton’s imagination.
"What’s a Nice Girl Doing in This Hole?" by Manohla Dargis, New York Times, March 5, 2010
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Why Is JJ Abrams Obsessed With Alice in Wonderland?

Find the bunny in the picture above.

From io9 (January 3, 2010):

The Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and the Pocket Watch

Alice: What a funny watch! It tells the day and the month, but not the time!
Mad Hatter: Why should it? Does your watch tell you what year it is?
Alice: No, because it stays a year for so long.
Mad Hatter: Well, then, I rest my case! (via)

Time travel - and the concept of time in general - is a constant (heh) in Abrams’ world and Fringe is no different. The Observer, who resembles the white rabbit in more ways than one, carries the ubiquitous pocket watch everywhere he (or they, I guess) goes, constantly checking it for a yet to be determined purpose. What we do know is The Observers have been around since time began at every “important” historical event. Also they really love spicy food which has absolutely nothing to do with Alice in Wonderland but is a bit of whimsy much in keeping with Carroll’s brand of literary nonsense. Or it helps metabolize the time travel. Who knows?

Walter Bishop is quite obviously the Mad Hatter, solving and creating new riddles and completely off his rocker supposedly due to his love of hallucinogenics (although by now we know his crazy stems from his missing brain grapes).

Thank you, Josh.