Gene Moore, Three Window Displays, 1953
A.M. Cassandre, Cover for Harper's Bazaar 1938
Surrealists associated a lot of eyes into their work. I think because they were trying to express tell the audience to 'look', look into the dreamy world surrealists have visualized and experience the subconscious mind with them. The association of eyes are shown in above work. Moore created the scenes within the pupil of the eye as if he wanted the audience to understand the story like a third person through the person's eyes' perspective. For my project, I could be bringing the image of eyes in to make it obvious that the outcome I will be creating is inspired by surrealism movement.
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