One of my favorite photos of all time. Dali Atomicus, 1948 © Philippe Halsman Archives

Here’s photographic proof that even Salvador Dalí knew that cats are super awesome. Entitled Dali Atomicus, this fantastic photo was taken in 1948 by American photographer Philippe Halsman and originally published in LIFE magazine. ““The 1948 work.

Philippe Halsman (1906-1979) provides some much needed levity in Masculin / Masculin at Musée d'Orsay in his portrait of Jean Cocteau and fr...

Philippe Halsman - French poet, artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. “Dream of a Poet”. USA, New York City, 1949

Eva Marie Saint, 1954, by Philippe Halsman

20thcenturyman Eva Marie Saint, 1954. Photo by...

Tippi Hedren promo photo for The Birds by Philippe Halsman (1962)

Philippe Halsman Tippi Hedren, main actress in British film director Alfred Hitchcock's movie "The Birds", 1962 Magnum Photos

art-and-fury: Salvador Dali by Philippe Halsman (The Gifts Of Life)

art-and-fury: Salvador Dali by Philippe Halsman (The Gifts Of Life)

Surrealism Photography, Salvador Dali Photography, Life Photography, Magnum Photos, Self Portraits, Philippe Halsman, Iconic Photos, Inspiring People, Salvador Dali Art

Photo of Cocteau, with ballerina Ricki Soma (Anjelica Huston’s mother) and dancer Leo Coleman, 1949 - Philippe Halsman for LIFE

Photo of Jean Cocteau, with ballerina Ricki Soma (Anjelica Huston’s mother) and dancer Leo Coleman, 1949 - Philippe Halsman for LIFE

The Man: Albert Einstein, 1947. Photo by Philippe Halsman, one of the great portrait photographers of the 20th century. Einstein was always thinking about the unthinkable. What about you?

The Man: Albert Einstein, Photo by Philippe Halsman, one of the great portrait photographers of the century. Einstein was always thinking about the unthinkable.

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