Throughout its 150-year history, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland has been accompanied by a huge range of different styles of illustration – and inspired films, animation and music across a wealth of genres.

This weekend is the last chance to visit an exhibition at London's British Library – opposite the Digital Arts offices – celebrating the impact of Lewis Carroll's novel on the visual and auditory arts. It features classic illustrations from Carroll himself and Sir John Tenniel – through to modern interpretations from the likes of Helen Oxenbury.

You can see a selection in this feature.

Image: The exhibition's graphics by Tony Antoniou, featuring Alice and the Cheshire Cat from Sir John Tenniel's illustrations from the 1866 edition.

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