Posts tagged surrealism
Degenerative Cubism afflicts 12% of Spanish cattle. If the disease were ever to become airborne, it’s estimated that all beef cattle in the country would be little more than a few lines leaving the impression of cattle within one month.
A realism vaccine was developed in 1994 but has occasional surrealist side effects, turning 2% of cattle injected into two arguing mimes and a waffle.
Safe by Ellen Rogers, 2012
With Chris Richardson and Maxine Anastasia Neale
“So the images here, these I made based on a mantra I have been holding on to. ‘Safe Safe Safe’, a term that crops up in a poem by my beloved Virginia Woolf. Something that reminds me that I am loved and that I love. A notion I cling to, that my home is endlessly important to me. The magnets inside me leave me clinging to these walls. I fear losing everything but long after I am gone these walls will carry that beat. My pulse. ‘Safe Safe Safe’.” -E.R.
by Katie Scott
Codex Seraphinianus, 1976-1978
‘The Codex Seraphinianus is a book written and illustrated by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini, from 1976 to 1978. The book appears to be a visual encyclopedia of an unknown world, written in one of its languages, an alphabetic writing intended to be meaningless.’
Le Passage (1956) by Kay Sage
Salvador Dali illustrates Alice In Wonderland
by Tom Bagshaw
by Aquirax Uno