Dali's Collaborated Photos NSFW

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Dali's Collaborated Photos NSFW

Salvador Dali was a Spanish surrealist painter, known for his mind bending paintings that border on nightmare and fantasy. So what happens when this creative mind teams up with award winning photographer Philippe Halsman in 1951... amazing creative work. See the post for their NSFW photos and portraits of Dali's mustache. The title image is named Dali Atomicus and if you look close you can see the suspension cables used in the unretouched photo. Photographer Halsman went through 28 attempts before he was happy with the results.

The next images are of In Voluptas Mors and show Dali next to a skull composed out of 7 nude models. It took Halsman three hours to arrange the models to the sketch Dali created. The "living picture" has a correlation with sex and death. In 1954 Philippe Halsman did a portrait series on Dali's Mustache and published a book named Dali's Mustache.
 
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How fitting to post this the same day Joey L. Post his own blog post homage to the "In Voluptas Mors". http://www.joeyl.com/blog/#!zombie-boy-rick-genest-photoshoot (link is NSFW)

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Nice! I found a couple of images on reddit of it and had to find more.