Spiral Notebook developed from Pablo Picasso’s, Six Busts of Women, May 21, 1962, from The Art Institute of Chicago’s collection.

Salvador Dalí emerged as the inventor of his own personal brand of Surrealism. He cultivated these notions in a variety of ways: in path-breaking experiments with materials and palette, in depictions of exotic and mundane edible items, in surrealist fashions and sculptures with spaces for hiding, and in optically dynamic visual illusions or “double images.”

  • Dimensions: 5.75 x 8.5 in.
  • 60 unlined pages.
  • Material: Premium 80# Vellum Finish Paper.