Ian Macarthur’s rock posters, graphics, and illustrations are full of bizarre characters, experimental type, and manic detailing.
Photographer Garry Owens’ Alter Egos project is frightening, funny, and sometimes a little sexy.
Adam Vaudin makes art about everything that people should make art about like pizza, nachos, aliens, and pentagrams.
Armando Veve’s stippled drawings take you to microscopic forgotten worlds.
Steingrim Veum’s ultra detailed orgy drawings are funny, delicate, playful, and full of amazing scenes that will blow your mind.
The Graffiti Of War is a project started by Jason Parsons, an Iraq war veteran who was deeply moved by the graffiti done by fellow soldiers in the mideast. When Jason came back stateside he was having bad bouts of PTSD and decided to create a book documenting the graffiti left behind by thousands of soldiers as a form of therapy. This once simple idea has grown into a full time mission to support the troops and tell their stories one photo at a time.
Time to take a break from the daily grind and dive into your inner consciousness. Courtesy of Bart Simpson and A Teacup Of Seizures.
I love this music video for Chad VanGaalen’s Peace On The Rise single. It’s got everything you want including green giants, aliens, mystic plants, and all sorts of other bugged out imagery that i’m sure you’ll love. Watch the full video after the jump.