Although some critics contend that the main inspiration for much of Magritte's work remains highly associated with frequent indulgence in psychoactive chemicals, a less sarcastic attitude towards these admittedly unconventional paintings may indeed prove to be more useful in our discussion of simulacra. Magritte's paintings transcend ordinary boundaries of space or granularity or self-consistence or even existence. The entities in his creations do not possess representitive identities, probably not even persistent ones. Definitions blur, borders merge, objects morph, and basically, everything looks disturbingly weird.