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
Following a recent PC debut, surrealist puzzler Back To Bed is now available on Android and iOS mobile devices. Described as a "bizarre mix of Salvador Dali, M.C. Escher and David Lynch," Back To Bed casts players as a subconscious manifestation...
If you're a fan of the Salvador Dali 'melting stuff' artistic conceit, I suggest taking a drive to Centreville, VA and checking out the rapidly melting highway markings. From above, they sort of look like long strings of ribbon or something. They're pretty festive. And potentially dangerous, I suppose. Read more...
One of the 20th Century's greatest aestheticians on owning your personal style.
Submitted by Monty Pelerin via Economic Noise blog, Would Salvador Dali make a better Federal Reserve Chairman than Janet Yellen or Ben Bernanke before her? If that seems far-fetched to you, read on to understand the benefits Salvador Dali might provide for the Fed. Show More Summary
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A lost work of Salvador Dalí? A post-apocalyptic swimwear campaign, paid for by Capitol Couture? A promotional image for an ill-fated
"Selling Out with Salvador Dali," produced by Paul Feine. Approximately 4:30 minutes. Original release date was July 16, 2014. The original writeup is below. Salvador Dali attained international acclaim as a young artist in the 1930s. Show More Summary
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Switched At Birth: “The Image Disappears” “The Image Disappears,” the Salvador Dalí painting from which this episode of Switched At Birth gets its name, is an optical illusion; two images at once, where the one you see depends on your perspective. Show More Summary
Tonight we've got teens, wolves, teen wolves, Salvador Dali, Jack Bauer dies, and everybody else is still stuck under a dang dome. Read more...
A colleague and muse of Salvador Dalí and Andy Warhol, artist and author Isabelle Collin Dufresne, better known by her Warhol Superstar name Ultra Violet, … Read More
Recently opened in Latvia’s capital Riga, Café DALI has been designed with the spirit of the Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali. Interior designer Anna Butele of studio Annvil was responsible for the design, which includes Dali… Café DALI by Annvil is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
The installation by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners explores Salvador Dalí‘s fascination with double imagery and optical illusions.
A new graphic autobiography series launched last month with books that follow the lives of Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Salvador Dalí in text and illustration. The This Is… series from Laurence King Publishers kicked off with This Is Warhol, This is Pollock, and This is Dalí. Each was written by art historian Catherine Ingram, with illustrator Andrew Rae taking on […]