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Dali's Moustache by Salvador Dalí
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Recommended for: barbers w/ no imagination

Another artist whose work I dearly love. & even further proof that my politics doesn't always exclusively determine wch artists I endorse. After all, Stalin was great for that sort of thing, anarchists don't need to be doing it too. In the early 1980s I put together 2 editions of a small pamphlet called "Famous Moustaches". In the 1st edition, I included Frank Zappa, Adolph Hitler, John Waters, Groucho Marx, & myself (as Tim Ore). Waters pointed out that Dali shd be included. How cd I've missed him?! Hence the 2nd edition. Why wdn't I endorse Dali for political reasons? Welp, he was into money & he reconciled himself to the authotitarian regime of Franco in Spain. But, what the fuck, he had a fabulous imagination & that transcends it all.
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January 27, 2008 – Shelved
January 27, 2008 – Shelved as: art

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