Inspired by the work of Salvador Dali and Walt Disney, artist Dylan Berryman's new zine of collages explores the first – and only – collaboration between these two legendary artists, the short film Destino.
Salvador Disney explores the legacy of two artists who broke new ground at the intersection of commerce and art and poses questions about the way we remember the iconic duo behind Destino.
Join us on Friday, Sept 13 at Glad Day Bookshop for the launch of artist Dylan Berry’s new zine of collages, Salvador Disney. The project explores Salvador Dali and Walt Disney’s ill-fated 1945 collaboration, Destino. In honour of the zine, we’ll be screening Destino all night!
Come early for a 1940s cocktail hour, then get even more surreal with us after that with an all-night dance party featuring The FranDiscos and drag performances by Lady Kunterpunt, Silencia, Manny Dingo, and Dylan Berry. PLUS! Get king’d out at Feel Your Fantasy’s moustache bar – inspired by Dali’s legendary ‘stache.
Issue III of Feel Your Fantasy is inspired by the fabulous freaks of the drag world. The Dragula-themed issue contains our patent pumped guide to running your own Dragula fantasy league, plus interviews with Dragula Ghouls Biqtch Puddin and Erika Klash. We also shine a spooky spotlight on the Local Ghouls in Toronto, from the House of Filth to Jacklynne Hyde and The Diet Ghosts.
You can download for free, or we'll send you a print copy for $10.