1. Relating to or denoting drugs (especially LSD) that produce hallucinations and apparent expansion of consciousness.
1.1 Relating to or denoting a style of rock music originating in the mid 1960s, characterized by musical experimentation and drug-related lyrics.
1.2 Denoting or having an intense, vivid color or a swirling abstract pattern: a psychedelic T-shirt
Music, culture, or art based on the experiences produced by psychedelic drugs.
Fractal art has often been said to have a psychedelic feel. The use of vivid colors and swirling, complex patterns encourages the stimulation of one’s senses. When analyzing psychedelia, you may be inspired to slip into a psychedelic state to explore the edges of your own mind. Psychedelic fractals are shown to illustrate a state of altered consciousness.
"Psychedelic Tentacles" (2014)
An Apophysis fractal with classic psychedelic colors, representing the twisted corners of the mind.
"Gnarly Trip" (2013)
An Apophysis produced gnarl fractal depicting a gnarly trip to the edges of one’s consciousness.
"Radical Radial Room" (2014)
Done in Mandelbulb 3d. Your eyes moves around and around, engaged in bright colors and abstract shapes in this radical, psychedelic environment.
Made in Apophysis, these magical, mushroom-like forms lighten the mood and produce feelings of euphoria with its happy colors.
"Swirls And Roundabouts" (2015)
Created using Mandelbulb 3d. A swirly abstract pattern with a vibrant spectrum of color.
“Show Your True Colors” (2014)
Created in Apophysis. A play on the well known idiom, this fractal’s wide display of color gives off a psychedelic essence with its distorted patterns and thought-provoking title.
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