Archive | February, 2012

Daedelus “Righteous Fists of Harmony”

17 Feb


Astral dreams on the brink of cosmic consciousness.

“le silence de la mort”

15 Feb

Psychedelism does not always mean nice colors, good feeling, and perfect sensations !
It could also refer to our worst fears, to death, discomfort…and so on,
here is a example of what could be a bad trip !
enjoy..

track by talasemik
visual by ptitdiable

STORY OF GENKI??? by David OReilly

14 Feb

From the game show “Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax” in the game Saints Row: The Third

Psychedelic Beyonce – Countdown

13 Feb

After we’ve had a psychedelic Lady Gaga, a psychedelic Rihanna, and a psychedelic Keisha, last October Beyonce came out with a new video clip full of exubertantly flashy colors and a very psychedelically evocative style.

“Pon De Floor” by Major Lazer

12 Feb

This is outrageous, preposterous,¬†decadent, a case of moral decline and sooo not safe to watch at work. This is what became of those children that you forgot to pick up at the kindergarten… sixteen years ago. What else can I say to make you watch it? I promise: it will blow your mind! and your ass might follow…

Info from director Eric Wareheim’s vimeo page:

Directed by Eric Wareheim

Edited and Animation by Zachary Johnson & Jeffery Max fatalfarm.com

Art and Vector Insanity by Kevin O’Neill & Karisa Senavitis willworkforgood.org

Produced by Clark Reinking

Styling by Amanny Ahmad

Psychedelic Indian Fusion

11 Feb

(Link: Swan. Thanks!)

Adventure Time

10 Feb


Adventure Time is one of the most hilarious and trippy shows ever to appear on American television. This is episode 1b from season 1, “Trouble in Lumpy Space.”

Cocorosie- By Your Side

10 Feb

I’ve posted before cocorosie videos, and I’ll probably have to post some more in the future. Their music, lyrics and videos are always interesting and psychedelic.

Untitled // Ultimaya

8 Feb

 

A new excerpt of a work in progress by Nataraj (Ultimaya) drawings put into colored  video animation !

Matthew Dear vs. Morgan Beringer

7 Feb

Morgan Beringer visualizes the music of Matthew Dear with amazing results. Apparently shots of liquid were mixed/layered with themselves and other footage using masks. Even the emboss filter effect works in this, it’s like liquid frost on a surface.

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