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Salvador Dali


We’ve posted a lot of medieval art on the pages of CVLT Nation. Medieval minds were just as sick, twisted and corrupt as ours today, and their artwork often reflected this. Medieval artworks also heavily influence modern-day metal artwork with their absurd, morbid worldview and obsession with demons and devils.

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A few months back, I traveled to Praha in Czech Republic, and during my time there I visited the Gallery of Art Prague where they were exhibiting – amongst others – the paintings and drawings of Salvador Dali. He is one of my favourite artists, so I was glad to have

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Before I even knew what art was, I knew I loved the work of Salvador Dali. Something about his paintings made me want to know who created these mind-melting pieces of creativity. To me, Dali’s brain was plugged into its own twisted power source. He was a human that was full

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On June 6th, 1928, the world, or at least the Parisian surrealist scene, was gifted something truly whacky: Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali‘s Un Chien Andalou. If this thing wasn’t made by two of the most well-known and respected creators of the surrealist movement, you would think it was just

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