Alice in Wonderland Syndrome


I see abstract objects by often every time I go out and in. I have no one to talk with because I may think I'm only one can read abstract objects in a real life.


Malika Freeman


Alice in Wonderland Syndrome




Digital art


In a dark gray background, there is the long head with a cute, baby hair on the top consists of many things on it. The mushroom in the eyelid stick to the eyes. The rock cracks in an emptied hole as shaped of the head parts. The nose is as almost a raccoon as running green boogers. The red eyes with a nose in the gum under the big, cracked teeth that is a form of a big smile. There are two faces with different emotions that are being mad with a puckered lip and being plea with the big forehead) on the cheek.


Malika Freeman, “Alice in Wonderland Syndrome,” RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center , accessed July 22, 2024,