• Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969
  • Posted 25 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 34783 Views
  • Published by New York's Maecenas Press-Random House in 1969 as their "book of the month," Dalí's illustrations for Lewis Carroll's world famous novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have become one of the most sought after Dalí suites of all time. Featuring 12 heliogravures of the original gouaches (one for each chapter), the book also comes with one original signed etching in four colours as the frontpiece.

    • As he is an inspiration to many, more noticeable in these illustrations is the influence he had on the great Ralph Steadman.
    • billymentals Posted 25 months ago · 163 Reply
    • Yeah these are sick ! I wish they'd reissue this book for us poor folk check out some of he videos- http://ikono.org/2011/11/salvador-dalis-alice-in-wonderland-1969/
    • Miliken Posted 25 months ago · 115 Reply
    • Homie ripped Kandinsky.
    • Gb Posted 25 months ago · 109 Reply
    • SALVADOR was on Acid.
    • KL Posted 25 months ago · 111 Reply
    • So powerful & extraordinary - they're actually making me cry - i can't imagine what it would be like to sit with the originals. Genius is a world of its own. wow...
    • jm Posted 25 months ago · 93 Reply
  • Submission Sunday
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 8909 Views
  • After finding an interest in photography during a junior year journalism class at high school, New York City-based photographer Winslow Laroche has built up a huge portfolio capturing the modern world's anomalies, as well the calm, subtle and gentle moments in life.
  • Kid Zoom - Shelter
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 8700 Views
  • Since 2007, the Australian-born street artist Kid Zoom has been reclaiming bus shelters all over the world, turning them into highly accomplished and detailed aerosol artworks. The self-initiated series entitled "Shelter" has seen Kid Zoom travel from his home in New York to cities...
  • Chucaknut Drive Residence
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 9170 Views
  • Designed by Seattle-based architecture practice Miller Hull, the Chucaknut Drive Residence is a 1400 sq. ft main house and guest house located on a heavily wooded cliff with beautiful views over the San Juan Islands of Washington State. Allowing for the coast line and islands to...
  • Video: HUF #HUFNWTOUR Skate Video
  • 25 months ago · culture · 5 Comments · 9343 Views
  • #HUFNWTOUR is a new six-minute video from skate label HUF which sees the team head out to the Pacific Northwest this past summer. Featuring Keith Hufnagel, Brad Cromer, Dan Plunkett, Josh Matthews and Matt Gottwig - plus special guests Johan Stuckey, Mark Gutterman and Shaun Baptista...
  • Terry Richardson and Lady Gaga Film
  • 25 months ago · film · 2 Comments · 11029 Views
  • Terry Richardson haters get ready. The New York photographer is now teaming up with worldwide pop sensation Lady Gaga to create their biggest project yet - a film. The news was confirmed through Gaga's Twitter yesterday when she said "Merry Christmas little monsters! Terry Richardson...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 17 Comments · 52039 Views
  • Dania Shihab is an Iraq-born photographer who now lives and works in Barcelona. After becoming exhausted working as a medical doctor, Shihab picked up a camera as a way of releasing some of her creative energy. "Most of the time photography for me is trying to capture a little bit...
  • Tossa De Mar Villa
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 12362 Views
  • Nestled among the Catalonian cliffs of Tossa De Mar on the coast of Spain, this impressive 16,000 square foot property features three separate villas, each with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. The central house is entered using a panoramic elevator, which takes you up to...