Combining dreams and art produces psychedelic imagery because they share the same boundless canvas.

Surreal dream visions are highlighted in these dream art scans from 50watt’s¬†collection of 1970s’ Japanese illustration catalogs.

Shigeru Izumiya

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Hidetoshi Umeda

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Ryu Kumita

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Tadami Yamada

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Shuhei Hasegawa

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Haruo Takino

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Toshinobu Imai

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Yukio Ueda

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Hanmo Sugiuura

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