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Salvador Dali painted a deck of playing cards not mirrored. Both halves of the cards are completely different. (Unlike the converted edition of Draeger Freres, France - where both halves are mirrored)
Non-mirror originals were released in 1967 using a lithography method, only 17 cards were printed in a very small print run, in 1972 they made a second larger print run - 400 copies.
Currently, these prints of a surreal deck have long been in collections, and a full set of 17 cards is a true collector rarity, not to mention the price of these lithographs.
This deck comes out for the first time in the form in which it was conceived by Salvador Dali for a wide range of collectors at an affordable price.
When creating playing cards, Dali used one of his favorite artistic techniques - optical illusion. Parts of bodies and faces can often be “read” only by carefully looking at the background and mentally folding an intricate mosaic of trapezoids, triangles and lines.
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