Dali lathed his in wax. Groucho Marx' matched his brows. Chaplin was fine with half.
What a menu ... I think I'll try Dali's.
|Tiered tulle skirt: charity shop treasure haul!|
Whoops. I guess not. Even the book is laughing at me!
It's easy to adopt Surrealist habits when one spends a lot of time with them. Or even if not. This gem of an art book - a collaboration between Salvador Dalí and LIFE photographer, Philippe Halsman - takes only 10 minutes of your life and adds back more. Life Surreal is hilarious.
In case you're wondering why Dalí popped up here, I was in a meeting when colleagues noted I was dressed like Audrey Hepburn, ponytail and all (which you see here). "Dali's Mustache" was published in 1954, around the height of Hepburn's popularity. Dalí and his mustache were celebrities as well. Alright, it makes no sense but perhaps that is Dalî's paranoiac critical method at work.