In a reality where music affect fashion, technology affects the present, digital affects the future, in short; where every single thing is so interconnected, it’s hard to overlook literature’s affects on art. And why should we do that?

The Prologue of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible man takes center stage for photographer Jeff Wall.

Did you know about Pablo Picasso and Don Quixote’s similar tastes?

You’ve read Ulysses by James Joyce. So had millions of other people including Elida Tessler.

Who else is a better match than Dali and Lewis Carroll?