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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Tomorrow, O2 Academy, Birmingham MUSIC Django Django The psychedelic art pop quartet met in London in 2009 and their mix of 80s pop rhythms with 60s-inspired harmonising has made them an international sensation.
Jaco t-shirts and movie poster lithographs, featuring the film's primary psychedelic art designed by Parisian artist Chloe Trujillo in collaboration with New York's Steven Lampasona.
For those eager to discover the original, psychedelic art of Mr.
He also indulged his love of so-called Blotter Art - a psychedelic art movement associated with LSD - spending PS40,000 in one go.
Swci Delic: Lliwia Fi'n llon/ Colour Me Happy is at King Street Gallery, Carmarthen, until January 31 Swci Delic with her psychedelic art
The surreal waves and colours of psychedelic art may not seem to go hand in hand with oriental style, much less an engineer's mind.
The Eden lounge is a stylish interior that tastefully pays homage to the psychedelic art of the 1960s.
Really free DJANGO DJANGO These psychedelic art pop practitioners are adamant that their name has nothing to do with renowned jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt.
The exhibition includes responses in the form of pop and psychedelic art, including a selection of screenprints by Peter Blake and Adrian Piper's painting, Alice Down the Rabbit Hole.
HE'S the man who brought Liverpool Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, psychedelic art and the Turner Prize.
At the end of the session, the guests relax in a Floatarium, a virtually a psychedelic art exhibit, housed in a room inspired by Mother Nature's design of the most secure sanctuary, the maternal womb.
Though supposedly referring to optical or psychedelic art in their overlaying geometric patters, these admittedly ingratiatingly folksy items didn't really do it for me.