Young visionary artist Sander Bos takes us beyond the fabric of reality.
44 minutes of constantly changing visuals, music and spoken word!
There are at least five parts of Psychedelic Salvia Trip Music series out there.
Check out number three for that trippy music by The Formless Dreamer and Sage Bodisattva.
Sita Sings the Blues is a 2008 animated rendition of the great Indian epic The Ramayana, written, directed, produced and animated by American artist Nina Paley.
Hinduism has always had a distinct psychedelic style, but The opening sequence, which is like an animated introduction to Hindu mythology, definitely brings Hinduism even closer to it’s psychedelic days of Soma.
This second clip, from the middle of the film, also has a nice psychedelic touch.
If you liked this, you can watch the full movie (in better quality) here on YouTube.
This video for Star Slinger’s song Mornin’ has a warm 70’s-psychedelia look and sound to it. I wish every morning looked like this.
When I’ll grow up I want to be Raja Ram. check out all the psychedelic shit he has in his apartment.
Alexander Nemenkov made this fascinating journey to the underworld. Alexander loves the music of Yello and wanted to animate something to a cinematic piece of theirs.
Other inspiration came from: Ivan Maximov, Hayao Miyazaki, M.C. Escher, Salvador Dali, Jacek Yerka, Joe Vaux, Carlos Castaneda. And of course side-scrolling video games.