Surreal activities

Drawing, writing, randomness, surrealism: unlock your mind with these lo-fi activities – fun for children and adults alike!

Most of these activities use tools that you should be able to find at home.

Surrealism began in Europe in the 1920s. Surreal means ‘above reality’, and it reflects the surrealists’ desire to transcend the rational world – a world turned upside down by World War I.