Salvador Dali

Set Design – Figures Cut in Three

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Unbridled creative madness… the complex simplicity of Dali is just so damn unique. Forget about the 50s’ and 60′, this trip was taken during the early 1940’s (1942 to be precise.

I can’t stop staring it, in detail then as a whole.
Every time i look at this piece, my head tilts, then kinda sways like a cat that’s got its eye on something… Then when i’m about to ask myself why did he… or what made him think to… this strange overwhelming gratification shuts me up. Tells me, it beautiful, beyond you, don’t question it. Just enjoy the ride.

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