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Salvador Dali Interpretation

Did this probably 10 years ago and it’s still one of my favorites; the red/orange side of course. Acrylic on canvas. Giraffe on fire.


Big shows are boosting NAC’s profile

By Sabina Mollot

It was four years ago when the National Arts Club was making far more headlines for a scandal, with its longtime president O. 982 more words

Gramercy Park

Wallis Simpson in the Lobster Dress

During the 1930s, Wallis Simpson was a frequent subject of Cecil Beaton’s photographs.

Shortly before Wallis’s marriage to the Duke of Windsor in May 1937, Cecil Beaton was asked to take some official photographs of the bride-to-be at the Château de Candé, where she was staying as a guest of Charles Bedeaux. 119 more words

Cecil Beaton

Five Paintings Across the World You Need to See for Yourself

You’re set to experience a new revelation every time you look at a piece of art. On the Htet Tayza blog I reveal five paintings across the world you need to see for yourself, as well as where to find them. 566 more words

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Suzanne Muzard; Photobooths and Surrealists

Here’s some cool pictures of Suzanne Muzard, apparently the inspiration of Nadja by André Breton: from here. (DEFINITELY CHECK IT OUT!)

But it turns out she wasn’t the only one who liked to take pictures in photo booths. 256 more words


Last night, around 4 am:

*Wakes up, suddenly, heart pounding*

*Had stress dream. For some reason there was a penguin*

*Realizes that if she were Proust, she would get up immediately and start writing about the dream* 84 more words

Watch | The Would Be's - Bittersweet

Indie-pop act the Would Be’s return with a stunning new track ‘Bittersweet’, accompanied by a new animated music video.

Featuring animation from Destino, a short film written by surrealist artist Salvador Dalí & Disney’s John Hench and eventually released in 2003, the breath-taking visuals merge with the grand-scale pop of the Would Be’s latest single with considerable aplomb. 104 more words