Salvador Dali's proposed poster design for his unrealized film project, The Surrealist Mystery of New York (1935) [1] 
"Dali adopted the violence, sexuality and criminality of popular gangster movies for his project, although - like so many of his scenarios - it remains fragmentary in nature. Scenes [are] located across the city…including Fifth Avenue, Radio City, and the Museum of Natural History, but begin in Harlem, possibly as a deliberate evocation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Poeta en Nueva York (1930). 
Brief numbered and titled scenes then follow, including The Adorers of the New Fear, The Aging of New York, in which a Surrealist monument to the end of prohibition is erected, & The Cannibalism of American Films, in which a ‘severed arm pursues its cannibalistic desires.’” [2]

Salvador Dali's proposed poster design for his unrealized film project, The Surrealist Mystery of New York (1935) [1] 

"Dali adopted the violence, sexuality and criminality of popular gangster movies for his project, although - like so many of his scenarios - it remains fragmentary in nature. Scenes [are] located across the city…including Fifth Avenue, Radio City, and the Museum of Natural History, but begin in Harlem, possibly as a deliberate evocation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Poeta en Nueva York (1930).

Brief numbered and titled scenes then follow, including The Adorers of the New FearThe Aging of New York, in which a Surrealist monument to the end of prohibition is erected, & The Cannibalism of American Films, in which a ‘severed arm pursues its cannibalistic desires.’” [2]