The easy canvas shoe has been the favored slip-on of sex symbol and Salvador Dalí. Why are they so much better than flip-flops?
Salvador Dali, Shirley Temple, the Youngest, Most Sacred Monster of the Cinema in Her Time, 1939
poboh: Sans Titre (Fleurs, pastèque et poire dans un paysage ampurdanais), Salvador Dali. - Couache, Watercolour, Brush and Ink, and Felt-tip Pen on Paper - Gladwell & Patterson
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — It turns out the man behind Mickey Mouse liked quirky cats. Besides his love of wholesome entertainment, Walt Disney also had an appreciation for the eccentric that led to a short-lived partnership and decades-long...Show More Summary
Salvador Dalí, Mi esposa desnuda, 1945
Le Corbusier designed glimmering high-rises while Salvador Dali painted implausible landscapes, yet they had one thing in common: both embraced the golden ratio as gospel and used it in their work.
This quote from The Quotations Page brings up a very good point: It reads: Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it. Salvador Dali I had a hard time releasing the desire for perfection when it came time to do step six and become willing to release all my defects of character. The [...]
On February 26, 1965, Salvador Dali awoke feeling feverish. With the temperature outside the window of his New York City hotel plummeting and the wind howling, he canceled a big item on the day’s agenda: a visit to Rikers Island. Neither...Show More Summary
On Sunday, May 31st Philbrook opens a new exhibition that brings together work from some of the most prominent European artists of the late nineteenth through mid-twentieth centuries including Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), Henri Matisse (1869-1954), and Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) among others. Show More Summary
abystle: Athena, Salvador Dalí, 1965. Black ball-point pen and watercolor on Japan paper, 68 x 52 cm.
he-prussian-officer: Salvador Dali
Dali by CreoTuMundo He was the darling of the avant garde art world, the madman with a moustache who warped our minds with his paintings and made us smile with his artsy antics. He's Salvador Dali- the Spanish master of Surrealism who left an indelible mark on the world of fine art and an unfading impression on admirers of his twisted brilliance. Show More Summary
magictransistor: Salvador Dalí, Enigmatic Elements in a Landscape (Oil on panel), 1934.
By Nancy Chuda founder and Editor in Chief of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World LuxEcoLiving Hotel Le Meurice Paris the Salvador Dali Suite Are you feeling a sense of sleep deprivation? There are so many people...Show More Summary
For Salvador Dalí's birthday, here's a photo of him with his cat. And yes, his cat is an ocelot
Welcome to another week! And it's Salvador Dali's birthday. What fragrance are you wearing to celebrate? At the moment, I am commando. My lily of the valley are in bloom, and I have a small glass full of them on my desk. That's enough fragrance for the moment! Reminder: this Friday, 15 May, will be Fake Flanker Friday...
You’ve admired his mustache, you’ve marveled at his melting clocks, but did you know that he was utterly obsessed with cauliflower? To honor the day of Salvador Dalí's birth -- an event he claimed to remember in detail -- we've examined the lesser-known facts about his strange and enviable life. 1. Show More Summary
Some say surrealism was the most influential art movement of the past century and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it's had an effect on video game developers too. The games you'll find below weren't made by Salvador Dalí or M.C. Escher, but the influence those mind-bending artists had is unmistakable. Show More Summary
12 May-06 Jun Indie theatre company MopHead debuted with their excellent 2009 production of José Rivera's 2000 play References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, directed...
The US Federal Government is seizing valuable property that includes art work from Picasso, Renoir, Nieman, Miro, and Salvador Dali from a man who pleaded guilty in a scheme involving biodiesel. Continue reading Biodiesel huckster will...Show More Summary