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The “Jabberwocky poem” was written by Lewis Carroll and featured in his novel ‘Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There’ (1872). Even though it is said that Carroll wrote the poem as a parody designed to show how not to write a poem, it is considered by many to be one of the greatest nonsense poems written in the English language.

Customize the "Jabberwock" font color. If no customization requested, I will send the red font.


Your archival quality print comes on professional heavyweight, premium, matte paper. I print with Epson UltraChrome pigment inks that provide superior resistance to water, fading and smudging. Your print will last a lifetime!

* The 8" x 10" image will have a small white border to make framing easy (8.5"x11" paper)
* Watermark will be removed.
* No matting or frame, if shown, will be included.
* Colours may vary slightly on different monitors
* Carefully packaged in cellophane and shipped in a rigid envelope (Canada Post).


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Alice in Wonderland / Carroll, Typography Print, Custom, Quote Art, Steampunk Decor, Dorm Room, 8x10 Print typographic

$15.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Epson Premium Matte Paper
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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