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Trippy Fruit Slices – Psychedelic MRI Art Gallery

MRI's allow the viewer to visually experience these 3-D images of fruit in slices, which creates a pulsating effect that is hypnotic and beautiful.

Impermanence – Surreal Portraits Made With Fungus, Art Gallery

The symbiosis between film matter and organic matter resulted in this conceptual body of trippy art.

Psychedelic Vintage Collage Art by Eugenia Loli (Gallery)

Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create psychedelic visual narratives.

Psychedelic Trip Sitting (A Helpful Guide)

A simple how-to on safely facilitating a friend’s psychedelic experience.

Poetry in Motion, Animated Street Art Gallery

The street art can stand on it's own but the messages are given an extra boost with motion.

Eyes & Nebulas: Windows into our Souls

Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world.

Circle of Abstract Ritual – Psychedelic Stop Motion Time Lapse About Creation and Destruction (Video)

This short film took 300,000 photos of riots, wildfires, paintings in abandoned houses, two years and zero graphics to make.

Risset Rhythm & Mutations by Jean-Claude Risset (Audio High)

A rhythm that seemingly speeds up indefinitely, only it isn't speeding up at all. Confused? Me too... Old school sound for all you trippy psychonauts.

You’re Dead! – Psychedelic Afterlife Animation with Flying Lotus

A shamanic pilgrimage into the psychedelic unknown of the infinite afterlife.

Increase Introspection with Colored Noise (Audio High)

Dr. Charles Honorton believed different colored noise played through headphones could mute out the senses and make a person more amenable to subconscious thought.

Surreal Photography by Ex-Ballet Dancer Kylli Sparre (Gallery)

It’s never too late to change directions in life and fulfill your dreams instead of just your obligations... unless you're dead. Create beauty, spread love.

Cosmic Flower Unfolding – Psychedelic Animation on Abstract Connections (Video)

A tribute to abstraction, its connection to the inner space we inhabit and how it can be externalized.