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DOWNLOAD MP3: Soa Mattrix – My Dali ft. Hulumeni

Download another latest track by Soa Mattrix – My Dali ft. Hulumeni Soa Mattrix releases a new Amapiano single titled My Dali featuring Hulumeni. The track from Soa Mattrix album Sound Of Africa which housed 17 tracks in it Other tracks from the album are Pula featuring Sir Trill & Mashudu, iPiano Selifikile featuring Lee Mckrazy, uThando featuring Shaun 101 (Guitar Version), and a few more from […] The post Soa Mattrix – My Dali ft. Hulumeni appeared first on Fakaza. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The p...
Tags: Africa, Jazz, Shaun, Dali, SA HIPHOP, Soa Mattrix, Hulumeni Soa Mattrix, Lee Mckrazy, Hulumeni


Dali Was A Surrealist With Absolute Discipline And Scientific, Renaissance Style Perspective

Dalí, art historians say, was “very deliberate” in his art – and sketches of unfinished works also show how he combined complex mathematical calculations with artistic license in his finished paintings. – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Visual, Dali, 02.21.21


Revealed: the scientific principles behind Dalí’s surrealist eccentricity

Unpublished drawings show a scrupulous painter inspired by the precise mathematical ratios of the Renaissance mastersAn early sketch for Salvador Dalí’s The Sacrament of the Last Supper reveals that the artist’s original thinking was far more conventional than the finished work would suggest. The painting, one of Dalí’s most popular, is a vast depiction of the Last Supper in which an ethereal torso with outstretched arms, possibly the resurrected Christ, looms over seated figures of Christ – por...
Tags: Art, Europe, Painting, Spain, World news, Culture, Art and design, Drawing, Salvador Dalí, Christ, Dali, Leonardo da Vinci, Francisco de Zurbaran, Skull of Zurbarán


January linkfest

The new words are here! The new words are here! Merriam-Webster has added 520 of them to its online word hoard, including coronavirus words (long hauler), identity words (BIPOC, folx), and working words (coworking, makerspace, gig worker). * Speaking of dictionaries, lexicographer Jesse Sheidlower has compiled a new historical dictionary of science-fiction, and it’s out of this world. Read about it in Wired (Adam Rogers calls Sheidlower “a lexicographical mad scientist”) and in the New York...
Tags: Elon Musk, Design, General Motors, History, New York Times, Linguistics, Gm, Perfume, Food And Drink, Words, British, Pixar, Burger King, Merriam Webster, Dali, Coco Chanel


OpenAI’s DALL-E creates plausible images of literally anything you ask it to

OpenAI’s latest strange yet fascinating creation is DALL-E, which by way of hasty summary might be called “GPT-3 for images.” It creates illustrations, photos, renders, or whatever method you prefer, of anything you can intelligibly describe, from “a cat wearing a bow tie” to “a daikon radish in a tutu walking a dog.” But don’t write stock photography and illustration’s obituaries just yet. As usual, OpenAI’s description of its invention is quite readable and not overly technical. But it bear...
Tags: Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Openai, Dali, GPT, Janelle Shane, Gpt-3, Dall-e


How Salvador Dalí has influenced your wardrobe

In a year when everything has felt a little topsy-turvy and upside down, surrealist motifs dominated fashion design. We trace this trend back to Dali's lobster dress in 1937.
Tags: Cnn, Salvador Dalí, Dali


Salvador Dalí Gets Surreal with 1950s America: Watch His Appearances on What’s My Line? (1952) and The Mike Wallace Interview (1958)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXT2E9Ccc8A When was the last time you saw a Surrealist (or even just a surrealist) painter appear on national television? If such a figure did appear on national television today, for that matter, who would know? Perhaps surrealist painting does not, in our time, make the impact it once did, but nor does national television. So imagine what a spectacle it must have been in 1950s America, cradle of the “mass media” as we once knew them, when Salvador Dalí ...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Television, College, America, Cbs, Salvador Dalí, Dick Cavett, Seoul, Frank Lloyd Wright, Eleanor Roosevelt, Facebook Twitter, Wallace, Mike Wallace, Dali


Darjeeling- The Queen of Eastern Himalayas

85 year old Aku was happy to see visitors and gleefully narrated stories about the secluded monastery, where he is the head monk and caretaker. He was the lone person at the monastery which also offers breathtaking views of the snow clad Himalayas. As I listened to his stories, my eyes loitered around the colourful walls of the monastery and the spectacular views. I was a tad disappointed that it was only on the last day of my travel in Darjeeling that I found this gem, tucked away from the...
Tags: Travel, China, India, Mall, Unesco World Heritage, Buddha, Buddhist, West Bengal, Sikkim, Observatory, St Andrew, Dali, Gorkha, Eastern Himalayas, Kurseong, R Niranjan Das


What’s in a name? How the legacy of slavery endures in Tunisia

Black people in the north African country suffer hardship and disadvantage, and many still carry the label of ‘liberated’ slavesMany within Tunisia greeted the news that 81-year-old Hamden Dali had won his two decade-long campaign to have “atig” removed from his name with little more than bemusement.But for Dali atig – meaning “liberated by” – in his name was a painful reminder of his family’s heritage as former slaves. Continue reading...
Tags: Africa, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Global development, Slavery, Tunisia, Dali, Hamden Dali


TikTok-parent ByteDance Launches Its First Gadget, a Smart Lamp With Camera and Display

ByteDance on Thursday unveiled its first consumer hardware product, a smart light lamp with a display and camera, that it says is part of its education technology portfolio as the Chinese internet giant continues to expand to categories beyond social video. From a report: The Dali smart lamp features a display, camera, and a built-in digital assistant. The Dali smart lamp, which starts at $119, is aimed at school-going children who can use the device to finish their homework, ByteDance said at a...
Tags: Tech, Dali, Bytedance


ByteDance launches its first gadget in a big education push

ByteDance on Thursday unveiled its first consumer hardware product, a smart light lamp with a display, that it says is part of its education technology portfolio as the Chinese internet giant continues to expand to categories beyond social video. The Dali smart lamp features a display, camera, and a built-in digital assistant. The Dali smart lamp (in Chinese), which starts at $119, is aimed at school-going children who can use the device to finish their homework, ByteDance said (in Chinese) a...
Tags: Asia, Hardware, Education, China, India, Tech, New Delhi, Dali, Bytedance, Tiktok, Rita Liao, Dali Education Dali, Dali Education


Noel Fielding makes rare comment about daughter Dali on Bake Off

Noel Fielding mentioned his daughter Dali on Great British Bake Off - while asking Peter...
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My Excellent Provence Adventure Planned By Julie Mautner- Part One

When I was in the Luberon in late July, I met Julie Mautner for a coffee in Saint Remy. Julie is a transplanted American who has been living in Saint Remy for over 20 years. She creates custom-designed trips and experiences for the Provence area that can include villa rentals, tours, activities, hotel recommendations and bookings, transfers, and restaurant reservations.   We had connected a number of years ago online, but we had never met so it was fortuitous that we finally met. Julie li...
Tags: Travel, California, NYC, France, History, Paris, Avignon, Provence, Van Gogh, Les Halles, Jon, Julie, Dali, Remy, Auvers, Marlene


A wearable sleep-tracker designed by an MIT team could give people the power to shape their own dreams

The Dormio device on a person's hand. Oscar Rosello/MIT A team at the MIT Media Lab has created a device that could help people shape the content of their dreams. Called Dormio, the device consists of a bracelet that tracks sleeping patterns and an app that uses recorded messages to suggest dream topics. In a recent study, 67% of people that Dormio told to "think of a tree" then reported dreaming about trees. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tomás Vega wanted to drea...
Tags: Science, Technology, Trends, Mit, South America, Salvador Dalí, Sleeping, Vega, Control, Cognition, Thomas Edison, Edison, MIT Media Lab, Dali, HOROWITZ, British Columbia Canada


Watch Home Movies Starring Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Igor Stravinsky, Gertrude Stein, Colette & Other Early 20th Century Luminaries

Léonide Massine may not be not the most famous name to grace socialite Elizabeth Fuller Chapman’s home movies. In terms of 21st century name brand recognition, he definitely lags behind art world heavies Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp, Constantin Brâncu?i, Henri Matisse, composer Igor Stravinsky, novelist Colette, playwright Thornton Wilder, the ever-formidable poet and collector Gertrude Stein, and her longtime companion Alice B. Toklas. Such were the luminaries in Mrs. Chapman’s circle....
Tags: Google, Art, Film, College, Life, History, Museums, Museum of Modern Art, Gertrude Stein, Picasso, Colette, Moma, Matisse, Chapman, Facebook Twitter, Dali


The Recipes of Famous Artists: Dinners & Cocktails From Tolstoy, Miles Davis, Marilyn Monroe, David Lynch & Many More

Celebrities (those who are not professional celebrity chefs, that is) release cookbooks at an alarming rate. Do we imagine most of their recipes were actually curated by the person on the cover? Do we suppose that person has spent the countless hours in the kitchen required to become an authority on what the rest of us should eat? As in all things, it depends. Stanley Tucci seems to have more than proven his mettle, releasing two well-loved cookbooks and earning praise from Mario Batali. But I’...
Tags: Google, Cook, College, India, George Orwell, Food & Drink, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Dickens, Pablo Picasso, Miles Davis, Salvador Dalí, Montreal, David Lynch, Emily Dickinson, Stanley Tucci, Leonard Cohen


When Salvador Dalí Met Alice Cooper & Turned Him into a Hologram: The Meeting of Two Kings of Camp (1973)

Kings of camp Alice Cooper and Salvador Dalí made a natural pair when they met in New York City in April of 1973. "A mind-melding of sorts took place," writes Super Rad Now. "Over the course of about two weeks" Cooper and Dalí "ate together, drank together, and basked in the glow of each other's exceptional uniqueness." Then Dalí decided to turn Cooper into a hologram, the First Cylindric Chromo-Hologram Portrait of Alice Cooper's Brain. How did this come about? It was only a matter of t...
Tags: Google, Art, Music, New York, Abc, College, New York City, Vincent Price, Spain, Oxford, David Bowie, Salvador Dalí, Detroit, Alice, Freud, Cooper


Divine Decks: A Visual History of Tarot: The First Comprehensive Survey of Tarot Gets Published by Taschen

The cards of the tarot, first created for play around 600 years ago and used in recent centuries for occult divination of truths about life, the universe, and everything, should by all rights be nothing more than a historical curiosity today. Yet something about the tarot still compels, even to many of us in the ever more digital, ever more data-driven 21st century. Taschen, publisher of lavish art and photo books, know this: hence, as we featured last year here on Open Culture, products...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Europe, Books, England, College, History, Brooklyn, Italy, Philip K Dick, Seoul, David Lynch, Crowley, Facebook Twitter, Dali


Salvador Dalí Explains Why He Was a “Bad Painter” and Contributed “Nothing” to Art (1986)

Not so very long ago, Salvador Dalí was the most famous living painter in the world. When the BBC's Arena came to shoot an episode about him in 1986, they asked him what that exalted state felt like. "I don't know if I am the most famous painter in the world," Dalí responds, "because lots of the people who ask for my autograph in the street don't know if I'm a singer, a film star, a madman, a writer — they don't know what I am." He was, in one sense or another, most of those things and o...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Television, College, Bbc, Raphael, Salvador Dalí, Dick Cavett, Seoul, Sigmund Freud, Freud, Mozart, Facebook Twitter, Arena, Velázquez


"'chunk" and 'chunks' two posts down. Lot of chunk-ing this morning. How often has that word appeared in your posts over the years?"

TML writes in the comments to a post that begins with the Trump quote "So they take over a big chunk of a city called Seattle."The other post is about a city that "voted to name a park for a 1970 explosion that rained chunks of rotting whale flesh on curious bystanders." So how often has "chunk" come up over the 16 years of this blog? Oh, maybe 50 or 100, but the most interesting thing is that one time, back in 2015, it came up twice in one day and I made it the word of the day:"Chunk" is the wo...
Tags: New York, Law, Obama, Massachusetts, Advertising, Bob Dylan, Language, Salvador Dalí, Whales, Seattle, Trump, Midwest, Chicago Tribune, Dylan, Dali, Eustace


Salvador Dalí’s Tarot Cards, Cookbook & Wine Guide Re-Issued as Beautiful Art Books

Maintaining an aggressively upward-waxed mustache; making a surrealist film with Luis Buñuel that Buñuel described as "nothing more than a desperate impassioned call for murder"; bringing an anteater on The Dick Cavett Show: Salvador Dalí can be described as a master of attention-grabbing gambits, by his admirers and detractors alike. No wonder, then, that he appears to have some serious admirers at Taschen. Known as a publisher of books that draw a great deal of press for their boundary-pushin...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Books, California, College, Salvador Dalí, Seoul, Alice, Facebook Twitter, Dali, Millet, Taschen, Gala, Luis Buñuel, Colin Marshall


Pandemic Creativity: Edible Versions of Famous Artworks

In yet another example of how the constraints of the pandemic are fostering creativity, LA-based artist Claire Salvo is creating edible versions of notable artworks and posting the results to Instagram. Says Salvo of her new pursuit: i make art using a bunch of media, but one sleepless night a few weeks ago, i thought i’d try playing with food. these pieces make me laugh while i’m creating them, and i’m really enjoying the response from everyone watching the process. thanks for all the ki...
Tags: Jason Kottke, Lichtenstein, Dali, Claire Salvo


Dali IO-4 Review: Great-sounding headphones with battery life that just keeps going

It was just a few weeks ago that I reviewed the Dali IO-6, a pair of noise-canceling headphones that easily landed among my favorite cans on the market. Despite a hefty $499 price tag, their Danish design, great sound, and seemingly never-ending battery life made me feel they were worth the investment. But not everyone needs active noise-canceling (ANC) circuitry. For some people, a headphone that just blocks out a decent amount of sound through physical characteristics is enough. If that sounds...
Tags: Startups, Insider, ANC, Dali, Plugged


Why Life During a Pandemic Feels So Surreal (wired news)

The study of the surreal has mostly concerned Dali's paintings and Kafka’s writings. But there are psychological reasons why every day seems so otherworldly. [Author: Matt Simon]
Tags: News, Kafka, Dali, Matt Simon


Review: Dali’s IO-6 are a new contender for best noise-canceling headphones

For years, I was one of those picky audiophiles who swore they’d never use noise-canceling headphones for serious listening. Early ANC (active noise-canceling) models created weird pressure in your ear, had boomy bass, and killed detail in the highs. It’s only in the past year or two ANC headphones from the likes of Sony and Bose have gotten good enough to change my mind. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m a little skeptical of any newcomer entering the market. That’s how I felt when Da...
Tags: Startups, Sony, Bose, Insider, ANC, Dali, Plugged


Is That a Dalí Among the Tchotchkes?

A thrift store volunteer in North Carolina noticed something unusual among the donations. It turned out to be a print based on Salvador Dalí’s “Divine Comedy” works.
Tags: Art, News, Salvador Dalí, North Carolina, Salvador, Dali, Thrift Shops, Kitty Hawk (NC


Salvador Dalí: Gardens of the Mind

  I visited the beautiful 15-acre Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida, last month. The Living Museum was tricked out like an Easter egg hunt. There were eggs, for sure, and other oft-repeated motifs from Salvador Dali’s paintings. The conservatory and gardens were overrun with eggs, lips, eyes, pianos, butterflies and mustaches. Orchids, bromeliads, tropical pitcher plants, cacti and strangler figs were backdrop features of this quirky mash-up. The planting schemes were well desi...
Tags: Gardening, Florida, London, Thames, Salvador Dalí, Dad, St Petersburg, Nancy, Chesterfield, Robert, Simpson, Dali, Dali Museum, McLaughlin, Mike McLaughlin, Mercer


A signed Salvador Dalí woodcut print turned up in thrift shop

An unusual artwork at the Hotline Pink Thrift Shop in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina caught the eye of volunteer Wendy Hawkins. Intrigued, she brought it to a nearby art gallery to see if they could offer any insight. Turns out, the piece is a woodcut print from Salvador Dalí Divine Comedy series of watercolors painted in the 1950s. And the print is signed. While the piece is certainly striking, Dalí authorized countless prints that he signed in his lifetime. Still, the thrift store sold it for $1,2...
Tags: Art, Post, News, Cnn, Salvador Dalí, Michael Lewis, Lewis, Dali, Kitty Hawk North Carolina, Thrift Stores, Surrealists, Thrift Scores, Hotline Pink Thrift Shop, Wendy Hawkins, Outer Banks Hotline


Watch Salvador Dali mistreat an anteater and talk about his mustache on Dick Cavett

Watching these clips from The Dick Cavett Show has become an obsession of mine lately. I daresay he's a better talk show host than anyone plying the trade today, with the possible exception of Colbert. In this episode, Cavett interviews the grandiose surrealist Salvador Dali, who brings along his "pet" anteater and handles the frightened beast somewhat roughly, plopping it in the lap of actress of an astonished Lillian Gish (after which it hides behind Satchel Paige). He then goes on to lecture ...
Tags: Video, News, Colbert, Satchel Paige, Salvador Dalí, Dick Cavett, Cavett, Dali, Lillian Gish, Gish


Salvador Dalí Strolls onto The Dick Cavett Show with an Anteater, Then Talks About Dreams & Surrealism, the Golden Ratio & More (1970)

There was a time when you could flip on the TV in the evening, tune in to a major network's late-night talk show, and see Salvador Dalí walking an anteater. That time was the early 1970s, the network was ABC, and the talk show's host was Dick Cavett, who dared to converse on camera, and at length, with everyone from Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen to Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal to David Bowie and Janis Joplin, and John Lennon with Yoko Ono. Whether they went smoothly or bumpily, Cavett's...
Tags: Google, Art, Television, Abc, College, John Lennon, America, Earth, Yoko Ono, David Bowie, Satchel Paige, Salvador Dalí, Gore Vidal, Woody Allen, Janis Joplin, Dick Cavett