Kyleigh Wentworth
graphic designer
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Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland Script Book

Book Layout Design

Print and layout design is close to our hearts at went designing. This Alice in Wonderland based project utilized typographic imagery to bring a simple script to life. Both a challenge and a delight to work on, the 60+ page perfect bound book has a consistent layout with specially designed pages that artistically stand out and reference the original Alice in Wonderland story.

Silver foil makes the iconic Cheshire cat grin stand out.

Silver foil makes the iconic Cheshire cat grin stand out.

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Creating a consistent layout was important for setting the scene and overall feel.

Creating a consistent layout was important for setting the scene and overall feel.

Page color was used to allude to the setting, white for the “real world” and black for Underland. As you descend into the Underland pages, the designs get more expressive and less conformed to the layout.

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Specially designed pages evoke the emotions of the words and create a visual representation of their meaning.

Specially designed pages evoke the emotions of the words and create a visual representation of their meaning.

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References to the original Alice in Wonderland story bring the project back to it's roots.

References to the original Alice in Wonderland story bring the project back to it's roots.

In the original Alice in Wonderland, the Jabberwocky poem was written backwards and Alice used a mirror to read it.