From his own life to his professional accomplishments, he generally went to great risk and demonstrated how rich the world can be the point at which you set out to grasp pure, vast creativity.
Dali believed that he was a reincarnation of his dead Brother
Tragically, his brother Salvador died and after nine months, the second Salvador Dalí was conceived. Since he looked like first Salvador so much and had been brought into the world precisely nine months after the first, his parents believed that he was really their dead child reborn.
At the point when Dalí was five, his parents took him to first Salvador’s grave, and let him know of their conviction that he was the rebirth of his dead sibling. Dalí trusted this to be true too. Later he made a portrait of his dead brother as well.
He was expelled from Art School Twice
While learning at the Fine Arts Academy in Madrid, he was known for his eccentric behavior and dress sense. Sadly, Dalí never graduated.
His first ejection came in 1923, for his role in a student protest. After coming back to the school, he confronted a second expulsion just before his end of the final exams in 1926.
He never did drugs
To spur his inventiveness, in the mid-1930s he created something many refer to as the paranoiac-critical method.
This enabled him to get to his subconscious and was a noteworthy contribution to the Surrealist movement.
One way he kept himself in an illusory state included gazing steadily at a specific object until it changed into another form, starting a kind of mental hallucination.
He tricked Yoko Ono
Not one to turn down a check, he got inventive. Dali believed that Yoko Ono was a witch and may utilize it in a spell.
He would not like to send her a personal thing, especially one of his hairs. So he sent a dry blade of grass in a nice presentation box and she paid 10,000 dollars for it.
He designed the Logo of CHUPA CHUPS
Indeed, André Breton, the Father of Surrealism, gave him the nickname “Avida Dollars” or “eager for dollars.” But one of his most significant contributions to graphic art is the Chupa Chups logo.
Dalí designed the logo for the Spanish candy brand in 1969, and it is as yet utilized today.
|The original Logo designed by Dali in 1969|
His apolitical position made it hard for him
He was a Con Man
When it came time to pay, Dalí would happily write a check for everything. When he realized the waiter was looking, he would coolly doodle on the back of the check, realizing that no one in their correct mind could ever cash a check with an original sketch drawn by Salvador Dalí on it.
Truly it was likely worth more than the sum on the check. So the check would go uncashed, and Dalí would escape with not paying the bill. So it was somewhat of a win for both parties.
He bought a Castle for Gala
Towards the end of his life, he moved to Pubol and lived in a castle that he had bought and redesigned for Gala-his wife. Anyway, a few people trust he purchased it to escape the general population or, as others trust, he got it to die in it.
|The Castle bought by Dali at Pubol|
He knew how to possess his crazy!
In spite of the fact that he cherished money excessively much and did some insane things throughout his life; Dalí influenced the art world, opened new doors, and gave ideas that nobody had thought of.
He utilized his huge identity to become well known regardless of whether he went over the edge some of the time.
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