Salvador Dali -Surreal Object (Téléphone - Homard) 1936. This is a classic example of a Surrealist object, made from the conjunction of items not normally associated with each other, resulting in something both playful and menacing. Dalí believed that such objects could reveal the secret desires of the unconscious. There are numerous versions of this object.
Cassandra Barney | Artwork "Retablos One is that when I'm old I would never forget who my loved ones were and that my parents would never forget me when they are old. I think that is the saddest thing. The second thing I always wish could happen is that there could be moments when I could just have my kids back as newborns. Like at night when they are asleep I could go in and hold them in a rocking chair as a tiny baby and just stay up all night long holding them"