This is not a painting but an actual room inside Dali's house in Figueres. The red lips is an actual sofa.
As much as the room above is full of love, life, joy. The room below is influenced by Dali's fear of death. The house museum in Figueres was the last residence of Salvador Dali where he eventually died. It is filled with his fascination of human body as it ages and his ideas what happens after we die. The example below demonstrates that to some extent.
The famous melting clocks continue the fascination with time and it's meaning in our lives.
The exterior of Dali's house is just as filled with stretched imagination as it's interior.
As per Dali 'Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.' In other words there is a whole wide world outside of what we can see. This world has limitless possibilities and it can be a part of you if you allow it, a world you can escape to inside your own home.
This room has a surrealistic motive created by our brake out wall art.
A little touch of surrealism can make a world of difference and bring that special uniqueness into a room.
Personally i am a huge fan of surrealism. Why ? As the man himself put it : 'People love mystery, that is why they love my paintings'.
Would love to read your comments about surrealism and home decor.