The Surrealistic Pillow Project

Good morning and happy(?) Monday to you all!  I hope you had a lovely weekend. Mine was wonderful, as we spent the weekend in the mountains of upstate NY with dear friends for a holiday celebration.  I got to see my first snow of the season, which made it really begin to feel like Christmas time!  But alas, now we’re home again, back to another week of Josh working long hours and me searching for a job.  (womp womp)

It seems like the perfect morning for looking at great photography – and not just any photographs, but pictures that take you to another realm.  The photographer Ronen Goldman, an Israeli artist from Tel Aviv, developed the idea to turn his dreams into photographs.  Called “The Surrealistic Pillow Project“, the collection spans the world of his dreams, ranging from happy and peaceful to paranoid and restless nightmares.  Here are a few of my favorites:

The Magician

The Day She Tried To Live

Photographic Memory

In the Court of the Crimson Queen

The Fisherman

The Persistance of Doubt

      To view the entire galley, click here.

5 thoughts on “The Surrealistic Pillow Project

  1. These are very cool and definitely surreal. I do like the Magician and Fisherman one the best as they represent a fantasy that I can relate to 🙂 Wonderful imagination and great concept. (PS I like the wallpaper to your blog!)

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