Psychedelic Visuals

The Mountain

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/22439234]

Happy birthday world. 2012 is starting tomorrow, and with so much happening around the world, and so many expectations hanging around the magic number “2012”, we wanted to make sure we give it a good welcome.

This video was shot between the 4th and the 11th of April 2011 on “El Teide” the highest mountain of Spain (3718 meters high).  It has some really breathtaking shots that kind of made me thankful to being alive on this earth. So let’s keep it togethere, guys.  And let 2012 be a year for change. A positive one.

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Jonti “Firework Spraying Moon”


Strawberry skies and multi-hued dyes make for a trippy video (and song) from South African/Australian musician Jonti.

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DMTrmx Teaser III

Amazing work !

Third teaser for the upcoming DMTrmx project

Visionary Artwork – Luke Brown
Hyperspace Tunnels – Lucifero
Zbrush Sculpting – Ryan Tottle
Sonic Soundscapes – Toke Klinke

Psychedelic Art

Surrealistic compilation

sur·re·al·ism

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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.”

sur·re·al·ism?!

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literature  priy in th developed tional significance of ima ger e 20th expressing the centurys, etc. , subconsncipall ciou Art a nonray  ands orrriv of chan eauto matism d at b or the unexpected exploitationce effe cts, juxtaposition