Before there was Photoshop, there was Dali.

This is how you take a picture

Philippe Halsman: Dali Atomicus, 1948 Before modern, computerized techniques in image manipulation, Philippe Halsman shot this photograph of Salvador Dali suspended in mid-air. While today this image could easily be replicated in Photoshop, it wasn’t.

Salvador Dali taking his anteater for a stroll in the city back in 1969

"Yes, it's an anteater. Now get out of my way, I've got clocks to melt!

There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction - Salvador Dali

"There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction." - Salvador Dali (Photo by Philippe Halsman)

Salvador Dali, 1954. Photograph by Philippe Halsman. pic.twitter.com/gZuM4cj8Dd

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SALVADOR DALI.....SPACE ELEPHANT....SOUTH BANK.....PHOTO BY JIM LINWOOD....FLICKR....

SALVADOR DALI.....SPACE ELEPHANT....SOUTH BANK.....PHOTO BY JIM LINWOOD....FLICKR....

Salvador Dalí walking his anteater in Paris, 1969

Salvador Dali, Paris, 1969 i'm just walking my anteater, guys.

100+ Portraits of Iconic People of All Time | Webdesigner Depot

100+ Portraits of Iconic People of All Time

His moustache was as popular, if not more, than his art! Surrealist painter Salvador Dali topped a new poll of the best-known moustaches of all time. Here's a look at some moustaches that made the cut.

Another Look At Time by Greg Calise | Riverbank of Truth

Looks like a combination of Steampunk and work of the artist Salvador Dali. Surrealism and fantasy of the imagination. This image has been created using Photoshop for image manipulation.

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