The exhibition will be hosted by the one and only American McGee, featuring original works from artists such as Luke Chueh, Rhys Cooper, Angryblue, James Flames and the Phantom City Creative.
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Sounds like the perfect place to stage an Alice-themed event, so mark this one down on your E3 calendar. It runs from June 8-12, and Spicy Horse hint there might be “something particularly wonderful” for attendees.