Ken Garduno

Los Angeles-based artist Ken Garduno studied illustration at Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design, graduating in 2006. Since then, he has been hard at work as a freelance illustrator and gallery artist. His paintings and illustrations are one part psychedelic, one part the occult, a pinch of old-timey goodness, and flavored to taste with science fiction. The end product? Delicious.

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Duda Lanna

A native of Porto Alegre, Brazil, artist Duda Lanna creates colorful paintings and illustrations of often mind-bending detail. The artist claims inspirations both within the realm of visual arts and separate from them, including science fiction and psychedelic rock of the ’70s. These diverse inspirations definitely show in his many works in ink and acrylic. Their vibrant color palette and bold graphic patterns will take you on a trip, that is for sure. Folks, hold on to your eyeballs.

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Emir Šehanović

I’m digging these psychedelic, surreal collages by Emir Šehanović. Check out his face-melting constructions after the jump. Unfortunately, there isn’t much information out there about the artist, but perhaps we can entice him to drop by Beautiful/Decay to share a bit of his story?

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Louis Wain- Schizophrenia and Cats

What happens when a classic Victorian illustrator lives through poverty, World War I, and the deaths of a sister, mother, and wife; all in the space of a few years? Louis Wain (1860-1939) has become a famous case study in mental illness. Wain, who became famous in the early twentieth-century for his pioneering, whimsical illustrations of anthropomorphic cats, suffered a mental breakdown at the age of 64, and spent the remaining 15 years of his life in various mental institutions. The Chris Beetles Gallery of London recently exhibited a host of works from various points in his career.

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Shannon Reeds Tweaker Photocopy Machine

Shannon Reed’s psychedelic collages look like the outcome of a nightlong bender that involved healing crystals, magical photocopy machines, and an epic joyride  through an alternative universe.

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Etienne de Crecy – No Brain

Etienne de Crecy’s video for their single No Brain is a pixelated, psychedelic, electro trip through 80′s digi-visuals with just the right amount of crazy old man dancing at the end. Watch it after the jump.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Connan Mockasins- Forever Dolphin Love

Yup this video is as weird as the image above. If you’re a big fan of Mike Kelly, Ryan Trecartin, and alternative psychedelic music, New Zealand based Connan Mockasin just might be your favorite new band. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: The Drug – Röyksopp

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A trippy, pyschedelic, drug induced ride through a “Tron” like world courtesy of Röyksopp‘s new music video, The Drug. Watch the full video after the jump and step into the mulit-colored world of hallucination!

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