psychedelic art

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psychedelic art

Pseudo-visionary works created by artists under (or claiming to be under) the influence of drugs.
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He shoots long car journeys with psychedelic color separation (catchy, even if it's not clear why he's doing it), and at several points he has the narration leap into the future, describing what will happen to the characters in the years to come.
Emma-Jayne Parkes and Viviane Jaeger's SquidLondon umbrellas work best when the weather is at its worst, its white blobs changing into bursts of psychedelic color when wet.
Dynamic Rugs offers a psychedelic color adventure worthy of Peter Max.
Our photographs reflect the faces and movements of daily life in rural towns and villages where water buffalo sales and wedding processions dot the landscape with nearly psychedelic color," Ball said.
one is tempted to exclaim, before noticing that the twisted ropes of psychedelic color are linked to dark patches of matted hair along the rabbits' flattened bellies.
The sun usually sets late in Korea, and as it melts on the horizon with hued streaks of orange and pink, the stage's screen replicates the psychedelic colors, cueing the alternative R and B artist to start serenading the hyped crowd as the hour finally enters the night.
The '70s have proved to be a lasting hit with their many retro influences, psychedelic colors, prints and flare trousers.
This eccentric story of coming into your own and out of your shell makes great use of psychedelic colors to give the book a retro feel.
Wigeon green, quickly turned to pink, purple, and a smattering of psychedelic colors you might see at a Jimi Hendrix concert.
For his "Glass House" works, 2006-2009, exhibited at this gallery in 2010, Welling used filters to metaphorically transform the expansive plate glass into a prism throwing psychedelic colors onto Johnson's immaculate gardens.
Peter Max, the artist whose psychedelic colors lit up the '60s and whose portraits range from the Statue of Liberty to Taylor Swift, recently sent a portrait of John F.
Anyone who follows Sui's look knows she is a bit of a 1960s' junkie -- it came through this season in mod-shaped shift dresses and psychedelic colors, especially purples, yellows, greens and turquoise blue.