La soledad era fría, es cierto, pero también era tranquila, maravillosamente tranquila y grande, como el tranquilo espacio frío en el que se mueven las estrellas.
Pop Culture Portraits by Tomasz Zawistowski
Tomasz wields dark blues and negative space to carve out recognizable visages with sharp angular crevices from the ephemeral digital stone. Where does he get those wonderful toys?
I’ll probably swim through a few lagoons, I’ll have a spring in my step and I’ll get there soon to sing you a happy tune… Tomorrow and you better bring a change of clothes, so we can sail our laughing pianos along a beam of light… But I’m quite alright hiding tonight.
Salvador Dalí by Willy Rizzo for his Funny Faces collection, 1966.(via)
“Salvador Dalí was an icon of buffoonery, and something of a trail-blazer when it comes to funny faces. The first to wax his mustache, he used the photo shoot to play with what fascinated him the most about himself. He would do anything provoke, shock, and make people laugh.”