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Art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, expressing the subconscious or nonrational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc.
The art movement of surrealism was a great influence on the psychedelia of the 60’s. The hallucinatory nature of the ideas that the surrealists fished from their unconscious, was embraced by the psychedelic movement and adapted for their creations. Well-known psych-rock songs of the era, such as “White Rabbit” and “I am the Walrus“, were heavily influenced by surrealism.
The surrealists became aware of the connection between their approach and the psychedelic experience. Salvador Dali himself was quoted saying in an interview (in response to the question, does he take drugs to make his artwork) “I don’t do drugs; I am drugs.”
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This colorful trip was created by Argentinian artists Matias Vigliano and Dante Zaballa.
I recommend looking into to Vigliano‘s website, to see his beautiful illustrations.
Directed by Tero Suomela, this won the 2010 Spring New York International Independent Film and Video Festival award for the best music video.
Felix the Cat has a crazy little trip after going to sleep with a full belly. The video is cued to start near the trip sequence, so if you want to see the whole cartoon, skip to the beginning.
The Blackheart Gang are a South African trio of artists. They are professionals earning their living making TV commercials, but in their free time they work on art projects of their own. Daily Psychedelic Video has already featured a Friskies commercial designed by the visual artists of the Gang.
The Vimeo channel has a making-of and many other impressive clips and commercials.
Dali meets Disney in “Destino” (2003) a beautiful and surreal short film based on a collaboration between the two artist.