chadspdx: Dr. Who Bookcase, England photo via benjamin
The Persistence of Memory, detail.Salvador Dali
The Persistence of Memory [Salvador Dalí], painting by Salvador Dalí (1931).
melting clocks.Salvador Dali
Soft Watch At The Moment Of First Explosion By Salvador Dali
Also known as Soft Watches, work (oil on canvas, 26.3 x 36.5 cm, The Museum of Modern Art, New York) is characteristic of the creative process that Dalí had developed since his meeting in 1929 with the Surrealists. The “paranoiac-critical method,” in 1930 indicated in the text Donkey rotten (No. 1 of the journal Surrealism in the service of the revolution) and resonates with the work of Lacan (magazine articles and thesis on Minotaur the paranoia in dealing with personality published in 1932), is intended method “active” ownership-transforming reality through a system where personal memories, fantasies, desires and their interpretations have an important role. Heterogeneous materials gathered and kept their own character in an accurate and realistic pictorial representation, but at the same time, are absorbed in multiple combinations and symbolic.
what about for those who worry?
*source: the time is now by monstermagnet on deviantart*
glinda-the-good-witches-universe: Glinda remembers a John Lennon song she just heard around the anniversary of his death.. ” I’m just sittin here watchin the wheels go round and round… I just love to watch them roll…”