"Have I gone mad"...The Hatter by Dalys Burnes, via Behance

"Have I gone mad".The Hatter by Dalys Burnes, via Behance (Bottle Sketch Alice In Wonderland)

October 6th 2013, National Mad Hatter Day! It's always fun to go a little mad; giggle, dance, add too much sugar to your tea. In 1986 some computer-folk in Boulder, CO celebrated a general day of silliness, inspired by the drawings of the Mad Hatter by John Tenniel in Alice In Wonderland. It was announced that year on computer networks, becoming more popular as people realized its value. Mad Hatter Hat (by J Ferwerda)

Mad Hat Canvas Print / Canvas Art by J Ferwerda

It's always fun to go a little mad; *giggles historically* dance, add too much sugar to your tea. Day of silliness, inspired by the drawings of the Mad Hatter Alice In Wonderland x

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Hatter engaging in rhetoric. Mad Hatter is telling a story to Alice and his friends. Alice in Wonderland original vintage engraving. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Illustration from John Tenniel

*CHESHIRE CAT ~ Alice and Wonderland "We are all mad Here" Enzo Gigante Mad hatter

Biggest Tatto Gallery - Cheshire Cat Alice Wonderland We are all mad Here Enzo Gigante Mad hatter - Find Your Perfect Tatto Now

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The Mad Hatter arrives hastily in court to testify - Alice in Wonderland engraving. The first witness was the Hatter. He came in with a teacup in one hand and a piece of bread-and-butter in the other

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