Posts tagged surrealism

facts-i-just-made-up:

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.

facts-i-just-made-up:

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.

(Source: free-parking)

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.

nolan-kane:

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.’

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