Ruslan Khasanov was busy making wok for dinner when he fell down a rabbit hole of psychedelic art. Blame it on the soy sauce that fell into his oil while cooking. The stuff would form dark beads and refuse to mix with oil. Five hours later, Khasanov had added a rainbow of inks to create stunning […]
Hugo Barros is a collage artist living in Lisben, Portugal. I discovered his work looking for album artwork ideas online. I was immediately captivated by his images and contacted him to ask if we could use one of his pieces. He agreed and his collage, Last Year, became the cover for our new EP, High […]
The art of Ricky Watts always inspires me. It is psychedelic, contemporary and stunning when one thinks about how he does it all with spray paint. Starting out in the world of street art and learning the complexity of graphic design, Watts has grown to be a true artist. You can really see the attention […]
Loch Ness is a freelance illustrator who takes inspiration from comic art, graffiti and music, especially from the 60s and the psychedelic era. His work is prominent amongst the Bristol urban art scene. I love his comic-like characters, his work overflowing with imagination bursting with so much content your mind is sent into another dimension.
I’m loving these weird pieces by Yoh Nagao a clothing/tshirt designer and artist from Japan. With such a unique color palette, furry arms, multiple eyeballs, and day-glo psychedelic painted nails, you just can’t go wrong.
Spanish artist Pepa Prieto weaves intricate and elusive narratives with her innocently psychedelic style — smiling creatures tangle into each other and matrixes of magical machines and bear-skin-clad people explore faraway lands, all playing their role in perpetuating the bustling civilization Prieto depicts in her pastel-colored paintings, installations, and murals.