Salvador Dali – Ménagère (Cutlery Set) 1957
Six pieces (silver-gilt) comprising of two forks, two knives and two enameled spoons.

"Sometimes I look at great paintings in a museum and note the craquelure and other flaws in the work and imagine what a great painting it must have been at one time. I sometimes want people to look at my work and have that same feeling. A feeling that if only the surface was clear, there must be something very beautiful beneath it."—Kim Keever
I am on the cusp of something, but I don’t know what yet. All I know is I want sunsets the color of your skin. I want my pulse to mimic the tambourines. I want to love like the Romans, build monuments out of old lovers’ bones to show how big I loved. Your ribcage is a reliquary. Your lifeline my pilgrimage. I want to drown in apple blossoms. I want to swallow the sun. To kiss: consume. My blood is thick as cream. I beg you: be tangible. Be callous and scar and freckle, hunger and parted lips and swollen lungs. Don’t be myth when you can be real.
(via shes-more-than-the-moon)