Artists of the Trade Machine, assemble! Rajon Rondo is on the trading block, you say? Time to dial up the Artists of the Trade Machine to get some truly masterful options on the table. First up, Salvador Dalí. How surreal would it be...Show More Summary
Today's Water Cooler: The word that torture weasels can't say, budget bill, Warren v. Weiss, Salvador Dali, and the Wakie social alarm clock
Salvador Dali, "Port of Cadaques (Night)" (1918)...
Barcelona sneaker boutique LimitEDitions celebrate their 10th anniversary by dropping an ASICS Gel Lyte V sneaker inspired by the surrealist work of fellow Catalan Salvador Dali. Referencing the painter’s “La persistencia de la… The post ASICS x LimitEDitions Gel Lyte V “Dali” appeared first on Highsnobiety.
In 1973 Alice Cooper came to New York City at the invitation of Salvador Dali. The artist wanted to make a piece centered around Alice Cooper. The finished piece was a hologram entitled “First Cylindric Chromo-Hologram Portrait of Alice...Show More Summary
This past spring, the This is… series of graphic biographies about famous Western artists kicked off with a trio of handsome, modestly scaled books on Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali, and Jackson Pollock, thereby covering its pop, surrealism, and abstract-expressionism bases in one swift stroke. Show More Summary
This article was originally published in October of 2011. Earlier this year we reported on the opening of the stunning Salvador Dalí Museum located in St. Petersburg, Florida. The museum is home to the world's largest collection of Dalí works, and since
From Lanny McDonald to Salvador Dali, these mustaches were there when history was made
Artist Oleg Shuplyak arranges the figures and objects in his paintings to reveal the faces of famous people such as Salvador Dali and Charles Darwin.
Among the many remarkable aspects of designer Elsa Schiaparelli's remarkable life — she became a world-famous couturier without knowing how to sew, collaborated on sartorial projects with Surrealists like Salvador Dali and Jean Cocteau, raised her daughter alone at a time when this was...
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation presents Salvador Dalí and Media exhibition. For the first time in Russia, artworks by one of the most well- known provokers in the 20th-century art will be shown in the light of media. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago here on Copyblogger, Demian Farnworth presented the infographic as the Salvador Dalí of content marketing — the most interesting person at the cocktail party. More than just a superficial presence, an infographic is a significant asset pillar with diverse possibilities that help you grow your media empire. Show More Summary
One of the most iconic images of Salvador Dali's career was the photo of a skull composed from the artfully arranged bodies of nude models. Read the rest
Parfums Salvador Dali will launch La Belle et L'Ocelot, a new fragrance for women...
The infographic is the Salvador Dalí of content marketing. By far the most interesting person at the cocktail party. Who can compete with the thin, longhorn mustache decorated with forget-me-nots? The anteater curled at his feet? His...Show More Summary
Salvador Dali wasn’t known for being a particularly spiritual person, although he believed that he was a reincarnation of his dead older brother. He believed in mathematics and science over religion or superstition, but he was also known for capitalizing on a trend or two in order to make a quick buck. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, October 1, Swann Galleries will offer a visually rich selection of works from the late 19th- and early 20th-century European art movements that pioneered new illustration methods, including chromolithography and pochoir, in an auction of Art, Press & Illustrated Books. Show More Summary
Starting on October 8, the Skirball Cultural Center presents this seven-week course examining the work of such painters as André Breton, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí, Jean Arp, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Man Ray, Méret Oppenheim, Leonor Fini, and Frida Kahlo.
Made my monthly trip to McKay's today. Found quite a few titles in translation in languages that I want to learn. Above are four Serbian translations: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Children of Hurin; Tolkien, The Silmarillion; Salvador Dali, I am a Genius; and Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude. Show More Summary