EXCLUSIVE: Punk rock journalist-turned-American Psycho director Mary Harron has signed with APA. Harron is attached to direct the Salvador Dali biopic Dali and I and is currently co-adapting the script from art dealer Stan Lauryssens’s book. Show More Summary
Surreality rules in a Lego artist's interpretation of the skinny-legged beasts from Salvador Dali's famous painting "The Elephants."
Before April Fools' Day was completely taken over by brand pranks, it was about something far more important: false farts. Watch above to see Abraham Lincoln, Salvadore Dali, Cleopatra and more honor the holiday in the most dignified fashion of all. Via Above Average
Korean LEGO artist Jin Kei has given life to one of the giant four-legged mammals from Salvador Dali's painting "The Elephants." The artist added his own steampunk twist to the building brick reincarnation, however, which sees the pachyderm infused with complex
Singapore?s REDSEA Gallery presents for the first time in Asia Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection, an exhibition of works by Surrealist master, Salvador Dali for private acquisition. Originating from the renowned Pierre ArgilletShow More Summary
We've seen Salvador Dalí himself rendered in Lego before, but that's not half as hard as trying to build his art out of the magical little bricks. Self-described brick artist Jin Kei did it, though. It's awesome. Read more...
It's a Lego elephant on stilts. (Credit: Jin Kei) Korean Lego artist Jin Kei looked at Salvador Dali's surrealist masterpiece "The Elephants" and imagined it in plastic brick form. Then, he went even further, and translated it through the lens of steampunk. Show More Summary
This is the surreal elephant LEGOmaniac Jin Kei made to resemble one from Salvador Dali's iconic Los Elefantes (picture of the original painting after the jump). Pretty cool, right? I'd proudly display that in my apartment. Or on my desk at work. Show More Summary
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Korean “brick artist” Jin Kei has recreated a portion of The Elephants, a 1948 painting by surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, in LEGO. The Elephants by Salvador Dalí title image via Jin Kei via The Brothers Brick
The avant-garde director Alejandro Jodorowsky was supposed to make ‘Dune’ in 1975, starring Salvador Dali, Orson Welles, and featuring original music by Pink Floyd. What happened?
Dali is often noted as a pioneer of surrealism, but he was fascinated by scientific pursuits later in life. If social selling seems surreal to you, take a few tips from Dali’s explorations – and see how they affect your ability to close the deal. read more
South Korean LEGO enthusiast Jin Kei created this awesome steampunk LEGO homage to Salvador Dalí’s breathtaking 1948 painting, The Elephants. Instead of a dreamy desert creature, this spindly pachyderm is a beautiful boiler-powered machine. [via The Brothers Brick]
Chilean artist Jon Jacobsen has taken the GIF to the next level, turning it into an expressive, abstract artform. If Salvador Dali had had access to today's animation software, he might have made GIFs like the ones Chilean photographer Jon Jacobsen makes. Show More Summary
Hang the Bankers has a set of photos from 1972 surrealist ball hosted by Marie-Hélène de Rothschild at the Château de Ferrières, with Salvador Dali in attendance.
I don’t like most tattoos, but I have to recognise that, when the artist is good, they can be admirable works of art. Like this pen on an ear — it looks so real it’s surreal! It could have been created by Salvador Dalí or René Magritte. Especially Dalí, looking at the melting ear: More »
The French artist Robert Descharnes, who collaborated as a photographer (and biographer) with Salvador Dali, was reported dead at 88 years of age in his home in France. Robert Descharnes, won the consideration as biographer of the artist,...Show More Summary
The latest in a collection dedicated to Salvador Dali is not for vegans.
Based on one of Salvador Dali's paintings, Barcelona Design has created a bedside table that we can assure you will make a statement in any home. Read the rest of the story at: Bah Bah Bedside Table: Salvador Dali inspired sheep-tab...
Inspired by the artwork of Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist Oscar Tusquets and Deyrolle, a famous French taxidermy studio known for working with Dalí, collaborated on a series of 21 remarkable nightstands made using taxidermied sheep. Each bedside table sheep stands on bronze feet and features a wooden tabletop and single drawer. Show More Summary