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The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí

Stories of a surrealist

When Salvador Dalí published his 1942 autobiography, rather than peeling back the layers on his mythos, it only added to the confusion. He was said to write with a highly detailed, methodical style that layered words the same way as paint. The 270 illustrations it contains include whimsical portraits of the artist and his mysterious muse Gala – leitmotifs for our final homage to the Spanish master.

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Material: Resin
Trim: Steel
Nib: Steel
Filling system: CONVERTER, CARTRIDGE
Packaging: SPECIAL
Length: 139 mm
Diameter: 15.0 mm
Weight: 32.00 gr

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INSIDE THE ARTIST’S MIND

"At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily since." So opens a book which Time magazine’s called “a wild jungle of fantasy, posturing, belly laughs, narcissist and sadist confessions". Motifs reproduced from the pages of Dalí’s 400-page volume include ‘Dullita’, ‘Bon Jour Cher Amie’, ‘Gala Paris’ and ‘Walking in the country of Figueras at sundown.’ The iconic Mae West Lips Sofa provides visual punctuation.

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