Salvador and the Sausage Factory

Salvador Dali needs more money. So, he tries his hand at the world of industrial commerce.

He sells his pet pig, Pigment, to Andy Warhol’s Sausage Factory but he soon learns how the sausage is really made.

On the way to the factory he discovers his love for little Pigment so, upon arriving, he tries to back out of the contract. But, Andy Warhol is a master of industrial commerce and the deal has already been signed so Salvador must use his vast, intuitive knowledge of inter-dimensional forces to escape from the factory with his pet pig (and his artistic integrity) intact.

It’s a whole script that I’ve written, and it’s really good. Really good. Think about it: surrealism vs pop art commercialism, theoretical physics vs market realities, Alexander Calder vs Marcel Duchamp #1 vs Marcel Duchamp #2 vs Marcel Duchamp #3. It’s a good story that I don’t want you to steal so I can’t put the whole story and all the brilliant plot twists here, but I can put some renders…

Salvador, The Hero with Pigment, The Love Interest
Warhol/Marlowe, the Villain
Pigment, the Love Interest (after processing)
Warhol’s (other) Factory, the setting

Alexander Calder, master of kinetic movement (bridging the physical world with the abstract)
Marcel Duchamp #7, The Tearer of Things His Ears Say To Each Other
Marcel Duchamp #7 upon hearing that HE’S the soup of the day. Will Courbet’s ‘Origin of the World’ make an appearance?! Or will Duchamp be forced back into a silo of voyeurism, unable to complete his final work, Etant donnes: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’eclairage (or,in English, Given: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas (link, for the un-initiated)
Salvador in leisure wear in t-pose
Salvador in meat inspector outfit in christ-upon-the-cross pose