1. “I usually have some sort of idea in mind. I have needs for things I want to photograph, so I have to make it happen. The worst part of that is that it usually works like 25% of the time. It’s all about the accidents that happen once you’re actually shooting with a camera. It’s all so exciting when you get a photo you can be proud of. It’s a thrill that I’m addicted to.” - Brian Vu, on his creative process

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    Brian Vu Photographer Interview: True False = No Rules For Psychedelia

     

  2. “Colors are wonderful. We take colors for granted. My main objective and purpose with my photography is for people to have something to escape to. I can only hope that people relate to it in and can consider the care I put into my work. Positive vibes ~” - Brian Vu, on colors

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    Brian Vu Photographer Interview: True False = No Rules For Psychedelia

     

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  4. Abandoned mines beneath Yekaterinburg, Russia. Photography by Mikhail Mishainik. via Huffington Post.

     

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  7. Bryan Olson Collage Artist Interview: Ultrastructures & Human Placement in Space (via REDEFINE magazine)

    To express questions of context, displacement and fragmented identity, what better medium could there be than the nature of assemblage in collage? Image artifacts are laid bare while hypothetical situations construct parallel universes. The familiar falls in rhythm with the bizarre. Framed in conscious composition, such vivid and dreamlike landscapes are manipulated at the hands of North Carolina-based collage artist Bryan Olson.

     

  8. Bryan Olson Collage Artist Interview: Ultrastructures & Human Placement in Space (via REDEFINE magazine)

    To express questions of context, displacement and fragmented identity, what better medium could there be than the nature of assemblage in collage? Image artifacts are laid bare while hypothetical situations construct parallel universes. The familiar falls in rhythm with the bizarre. Framed in conscious composition, such vivid and dreamlike landscapes are manipulated at the hands of North Carolina-based collage artist Bryan Olson.

     

  9. Pure Bathing Culture – Dream The Dare Music Video (w/ Band & Director Hayley Morris Interviews) via REDEFINE magazine 

    In this stop-motion animation music video for Pure Bathing Culture’s “Dream The Dare”, director Hayley Morris — along with help from Caleb Wood — turns what PBC describe as “psychedelic emotional imagery” into psychedelic visual imagery. Full of colors soft and bold, an array of whirling geometric shapes comprise landscapes that are ever-mutating, as a raven flies above the dreamy terrain. In this compare and contrast interview, Pure Bathing Culture and Morris share details about the intention behind this track and video, as well as its mythological inspiration and technical details.

     

  10. Top Vintage Polish Film Posters: A Comparative Interview w/ Eye Sea Posters & The Affiche Studio via REDEFINE magazine

    1. Jerzy Flisa - “Zwiadowca (The Scout)” (1969)

    2. Jan Sawka - “CYRK (Pyramid)” (1975)

    3. Jacek Neugebauer - “Gwiazdy Egeru” (1969)

     

  11. Top Vintage Polish Film Posters: A Comparative Interview w/ Eye Sea Posters & The Affiche Studio via REDEFINE magazine

    1. Ryszard Kiwerski - “Czarownica Z Bagien” (1972)
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  15. "I can say that for Rabia and I, our profound experiences and insights have stemmed from very real oppression and deliverance.  Drugs were the initial escape.  Music has been the true deliverer.  I definitely reject any religion that aims to divide humans by calling some ‘chosen’ and others ‘damned’.  I want to feel the pulse of this planet, to enjoy the life it gives, to really find my place in its system and function positively." - Chris Cheveyo of Rose Windows, via REDEFINE magazine