DESIGN BY SALVADOR DALÍ
A woman embraced to a column. Her white skin and body are suggestive. Her red hair is loose and painted in the Raphaelite way. Her pubis is painted in the shape of a flame and from her belly emerge bloody roses dripping down her legs. It matches with the description of “Gradiva” by Jensen; a story in which the surrealists would have inspired many times and from which Sigmund Freud had written an Essay. To the right side of the woman, a shadow can be seen. Everything in this creation takes us into a dream world, where Dalí moves and tries to direct his childhood fears and above all, his taboos and sexual phobias, responding to an approach to the reality as something transcendental in his visible ways.
It is an honor to be able to work with his masterpieces and share them around the world.