salvadordali-art: William Tell, 1930 Salvador Dali
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Winston Churchill, Lyndon B. Johnson, Napoleon Bonaparte, John F. Kennedy, Thomas Edison, Stonewall Jackson, Ronald Reagan and Salvador Dali were napping enthusiasts, proving that the nap is a powerful tool for...powerful men. When I searched Google for "influential women nappers" I got Lauryn Hill, Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim. Show More Summary
Here’s photographic proof that even Salvador Dalí knew that cats are super awesome. Entitled Dali Atomicus, this fantastic photo was taken in 1948 by American photographer Philippe Halsman and originally published in LIFE magazine. “The...Show More Summary
On Salvador Dalí's 112th birthday, here's a reminder about his fantastical animated film 'Destino.'
Did you know that Disney briefly employed the world’s most famous surrealist?
Attending an Adrien Brody art show feels like something out of a movie. For a man who's already portrayed Salvador Dalí in "Midnight In Paris," it's easy to believe Brody playing an artist, but a little harder to accept that he actually is one. Show More Summary
During the Second World War, when Surrealism and its progenitor, psychoanalysis, were in full, disquieting bloom, the choreographer Léonide Massine collaborated with Salvador Dali on several ballets, including one, “Mad Tristan” (1944), set to excerpts from Wagner’s great opera. Show More Summary
One of Salvador Dalí's unpublished notebooks is up for auction at Sotheby's in Paris. Part of a fantastic array of Dada and Surrealist items for sale by the Bibliothèque R. & B. L. From CNN: Among what has been deciphered is a page of...Show More Summary
If you ever wondered what it would look like if Salvador Dalí designed your living room, look no further than the pieces of furniture in M/MAISON. It is the latest project from Parisian design house M/M and, suffice to say, it’s surreal. The furniture is brought to glorious life in an editorial shot by Inez […]
The artist’s daily notebook is being auctioned off next week.
Salvador Dalí soaked up heaps of inspiration, light and colour in the charming, dreamy seaside town of Cadaques, in Catalonia. He spent many a delightful summer there, in his younger days, and later worked and lived in his home workshop in Port Lligat. Show More Summary
Parfums Salvador Dali has launched Dali Haute Parfumerie, a new collection of fragrances inspired by Dali's jewelry and interpreted by perfumer Alberto Morillas. The five fragrances are Regard Scintillant de Mille Beautés, Voyage Onirique du Papillon de Vie, Calice de la Séduction Éternelle, Mélodie du Cygne de la Main and Fluidité du Temps Imaginaire...
Giorgio de Chirico influenced Salvador Dalí, René Magritte, Max Ernst—and filmmaker Julien Herman.
The world’s largest collection of art by Salvador Dalí is, logically, in his hometown of Figueres, Spain. But the second largest collection devoted to the world’s most famous surrealist is on display alongside the waterfront of Saint Petersburg, Florida. Show More Summary
A new book that explores the unique friendship between Salvador Dali, the kingpin of surrealism; and Dr. Edmund Klein ? credited with a cure for skin cancer ? has been published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform and is available at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. Show More Summary
"Entertainment highlights the art, its possibilities are endless." -- Salvador Dalí When I first watched Sherng-Lee Huang's and Livia Ungur's fantastical film Hotel Dallas, I was reminded of that Salvator Dalí and Walt Disney collaboration Destino. Show More Summary
“Surreal” has become the go-to adjective of the moment, describing everything from traffic accidents to perfectly pitched baseball games. The original Surrealists, including Andre Breton, Max Ernst and Salvador Dali, would be appalled — both because their focus on the subversive nature of dreams...
Hong Kong bartender Rajendra Limbu is bringing the intoxicating effects of high art to the more pedestrian world of alcohol with cocktails that take influence from Vincent Van Gogh, Salvador Dalí, and Piet Mondrian. Read more...
Despite how it may look, the above image is not a strange closeup of a Salvador Dali painting. No, it’s a bizarre creation created by a user of Russian web app Ostagram. Based off an art style appropriately referred to as Inceptionism, this photo is the result of two images being combined together using neural [...]Show More Summary