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Sarah IllenbergerReminds me of something…Object, nicknamed Le Déjeuner en fourrure by André Breton, known in English as Fur Breakfast or Breakfast in Fur, is a 1936 sculpture by the surrealist Méret Oppenheim, consisting of a fur-covered teacup, saucer and spoon. The work, which originated in a conversation in a Paris cafe, is the most frequently-cited example of sculpture in the surrealist movement. It is also noteworthy as a work with challenging themes of femininity. Picasso had suggested that anything could be covered in fur, and Oppenheim remarked that this would apply to “even this cup and saucer”. Oppenheim was nearly 23 years old at the time.
Hold ur tounge and say hairy apple I promise u will like it
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THE REAL SLIM SHADY
The Green Slime (1968)