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Underneath this reality in which we live and have our being, another and altogether different reality lies concealed...~ Friedrich Nietzsche

Brooch/timepiece designed by Salvador Dali --The Eye of Time, 1949. Blue enamel, diamonds, platinum and cabochon ruby. The eye opens to reveal a blue-faced watch.

The rider lifted her helmet to reveal a spill of auburn curls, flushed cheeks and amber eyes that held nothing of the warmth they might have expected from a girl princess.

What if the Circus master has two types of eyes? The normal one, then they roll back in his head and reveal another set of eyes.

This artist has not chosen to change the composition and position of the figure to create a mood, but rather to alter the colours to more abstract hues of blue and purple. This gives us a sense of something cold, dark and mysterious. The bright yellow eyes draw your attention to the center of the painting. The colour of the eyes may reveal a personality different from the one that may appear on the outside, something not as cold and stern.

by AnnieGrapek, via Flickr. A page in an art journal. This would be an inspiring way to incorporate writing! "What's behind the door?" or "What's in your closet?" Kids could decorate the wall like their bedroom with simple furniture or posters.

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A short collection of long ones #3

Out of the box compositions.

Character: Galilee. She gets this look when she starts a sketch in a mania and totally forgets where she was going with it. It turns into a strange abstract piece that she labels surrealism, though it's really just nonsense. (5)

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Gorgeously Surreal Portraits Painted to Resemble Double Vision

Gorgeously Surreal Portraits Painted to Resemble Double Vision - My Modern Met

Striped icebergs - amazing iceberg shots taken by Norwegian sailor Oyvind Tangen, 1,700miles south of Cape Town