Even when he was a small boy Arjan Winkelaar (1971) was busy making drawings and trying to figure out why Salvador Dali was seen as the father of surrealistic art. He didn’t like the way people saw the world and hoped that one day everybody would see that Salvador Dali was nothing more then a mediocre artist. A painter for the masses. A believer in thievery and an outcast of the real surreal movement. Arjan Winkelaar never believed in him or God, but he knew if there is a God he would be the ultimate surrealist. A draftsman, a painter and a sculpture in one.