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Dali

(dälē`), city, W central Yunnan, on the shore of Erhai lake. It has long been famous for its Dali marble, which is still being produced.

Dali

Salvador . 1904--89, Spanish surrealist painter
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Inventiveness in an AR should not revolve around a design firm's interest in using knock-your-eyes-out color or typeface, or photo imagery that runs from the Daliesque to a leftover Gap magazine ad.
He exhibited a series of sanguine drawings and oil paintings, some in the manner of Picasso's Blue Period and others vaguely Daliesque.
Mark Ryden, who did the artwork for Michael Jackson's Dangerous album, has created a Daliesque world inspired by rock group Aerosmith to wander in.
The existing museum, a gaudy confection with Daliesque embellishments, is housed in an old theatre and tower in which the artist lived until his death.
Koolhaas has defined his Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Daliesque terms as a "machine to fabricate fantasy," but some of the OMA "fantasies" have come true at a Corbusian scale (Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau, S, M, L, XL [New York: Monacelli Press, 1995], 644).
He's a photographer, a startlingly good one at that, but he brushes aside any hint of a serious discussion on his Daliesque photographs.