Two days ago I went to see the play “Alice – Through the Looking-Glass” by Peter Fomenko’s theater studio. It was one of the most exciting shows I’ve seen so far.
Hey guys! It’s been a while since I’ve made my last psychedelic wallpaper. Here is the new one! The source of inspiration for it was Zion National Park which I had a chance to visit this March.
The other thing I want to share with you is my joy of having more than 200 RSS readers! Thanks everyone! I really appreciate your attention and hope you enjoy the blog :)
This post is dedicated to traditional art psychedelic paintings and drawings.
Every image within this inspiration pack is very emotional and worth watching. There are tones of nice details to have a good look at. Enjoy!
Today the world is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the man’s flight to the Space. Yuri Gagarin is the hero’s name. “Day of Astronautics” is a very important national holiday in Russia. Since today it’s an international holiday according to the United Nations. This small inspiration pack is dedicated to the psychedelic vision of life in Space embodied in vector art.
This tutorial is dedicated to the psychedelic coloring and shaping technics. The main instrument used in this tutorial is pen, so you can use any vector software to create such landscapes. You’ll find some simple text effects in this tutorial as well. This tutorial is for intermediate Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop users.
This week freebie is the psychedelic vector elements pack.
It can help you to design psychedelic party posters and flyers or any other trance-related art.
The set contains a variety of colorful and trippy objects: skulls, flowers, eyes and other shapes.
This post is a showcase of sweet, colorful and psychedelic artworks by Mary Winkler (aka Acrylicana). She is an illustrator/designer from Detroit, Michigan. Mary creates her art using different media: digital – raster and vector and analog – acrylic, watercolor and ink. Her art is cute and trippy at the same time which makes it so attractive and fascinating.
Yesterday I went to the cinema to watch “Enter the void” by Gaspar Noé. Frankly speaking, I though it would be more philosophical and sophisticated piece of art – not just a drug dealer’s life-story. The moment that caught my eye was right in the beginning when the guy was […]