Tove Jansson’s Rare Vintage Illustrations for Alice in Wonderland | Brain Pickings

Tove Jansson’s Rare Vintage Illustrations for Alice in Wonderland

The best books for any age, not just babies. Forget the spooky stop motion cartoon. It's all about the eight original books and Tove Jansson's pen and ink drawings. I would choose these as my luxury on desert island discs.

I agree with this description. Forget the spooky stop motion cartoon. It's all about the eight original books and Tove Jansson's pen and ink drawings. I would choose these as my luxury on desert island discs.

Tove Jansson

'Who Will Comfort Toffle?' by Tove Jansson (translated by Kingsley Hart), published by Schildts, 1960 Kuka lohduttaisi Nyytiä

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'Who Will Comfort Toffle?' by Tove Jansson, 1960 Tove Jansson has been one of my favorite illustrators since I was a little girl. The way she can tell a story wit the colors and shapes sends me straight back to my childhood.

Tove Jansson illustrated J.R.R Tolkien's The Hobbit for the 1962 Swedish edition.

Did you know that Moomin creator Tove Jansson illustrated J.R Tolkiens The Hobbit for the 1962 swedish edition?

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