Strangities, Odderaries, and Wtfness

jimllpaintit:

Dear Jim,Please paint me the final round of Salvador Dali’s surrealist version of Countdown. One of the contestants is Danny Dyer and the other is the ghost of some swiss cheese. Naturally the clock has melted and Danny’s head has exploded whilst attempting to solve a particularly surreal crucial conundrum.Ta very much,Darryl

jimllpaintit:

Dear Jim,

Please paint me the final round of Salvador Dali’s surrealist version of Countdown. One of the contestants is Danny Dyer and the other is the ghost of some swiss cheese. Naturally the clock has melted and Danny’s head has exploded whilst attempting to solve a particularly surreal crucial conundrum.

Ta very much,

Darryl

campho-phenique:

this dog has probably cold blooded killed someone

campho-phenique:

this dog has probably cold blooded killed someone

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stoneandbloodandwater:

peashooter85:

ME Pearl demonstrates how to properly massage your opossum.

YES PEARL I AM CONCERNED ABOUT MY OPOSSUM’S STRUCTURAL WELLBEING

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vinesnow:

Not sure whether to cry or laugh…
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asylum-art:

Lauren Satlowskis Subversive and Saccharine Figures

For some time now, I’ve pined over the works of Lau­ren Sat­lowski. Her tech­nique, the odd sub­ject mat­ter, and the sac­cha­rine col­ors appeal to me in a very vis­ceral way. I hes­i­tate to label her work as a jux­ta­po­si­tion of ugly/beautiful, but that’s the best way I can describe it. Using jewel-toned hues and photo-realistic ren­der­ing, her char­ac­ters some­time remind me of a sur­real ver­sion of Pre­cious Moments fig­urines. They def­i­nitely aren’t as sweet, and are instead subversive.