Surrealism is thought as a 20th century artwork movement which displayed the subconscious mind of the artist. This form of painting involved creating fantastic imagery and ideas that appeared to contradict each other. In a surrealistic masterpiece of design, the world of aspiration and the world of fantasy are joined up with in the everyday. Surrealistic work can have a very rational, along with an irrational style. The surrealistic movements was first founded by Andre Breton in his painting entitled Manifesto of Surrealism. Along with Breton, many other artists who've used surrealism in their paintings have previously belonged to the Dada movements. Surrealism was applied with the use of various types of manifestation. Salvador Dali, for example, used dreamlike perceptions of space as well as fantasy inspired images to be able to set-up surrealistic images.