Surrealism is a word used to denote an artistic movement that started in the 1920s in which artists attempted to draw a link between the actions of dreams and reality. Often through painting, artists created distinct, awing images that would take others years to fully decipher.
Harry Houdini was a Hungarian-American illusionist. As arguably the most famous illusionists of all time, he is remembered for his work as an "escape artist" that was able to break free from chains, locks and straightjackets during his shows.
What do you get when you cross Surrealism, Harry Houdini and keen-eyed designers? Well, interior designer Maria Sobrino and photographer Tommaso Sartori have created their latest project entitled Surrealist Interiors answer to the very question. Needless to say, these images can speak for themselves.
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