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  1. Feeling creative and want to have some fun helping EGA at the same time? So, in good old-fashioned EGA style, in the buildup to the 2017 Symposium in December, we are going to run an art competition. EGA is looking for an original piece of art suitable to be used as the cover for the EGA Symposium 2017 journal (EGA journal 4). The winner will receive (besides tumultuous applause and various accolades) 1 Free ticket to attend EGA 2017 which includes free camping, and of course a couple of copies of the Journal! One design will be selected to be used for the cover and may be used in other EGA 2017 media (e.g. on the program, or printed on khaki green T'shirts that may be made available for purchase at EGA 2017 or through the EGA website). It could be of any related medium or style, i.e photography, painting, 3d render, illustration etc and can include any elements of traditional psychedelia or something unexpected but in keeping with the culture and history of the scene. However, we would like the design to be primarily focused around plants or something organic and earthy. The work can also be an older work as long as you are the copyright holder. It is completely up to your creative discretion, but keep in mind that it will be used as a book cover. Adobe Photoshop files are preferable, but all file types should be ok. The winning artwork will need to be provided in a high resolution format (greater than 300 dpi). Please note as a condition of entry into the competition that the winner agrees to donate their design to EGA for the purposes of the journal cover and additional fund-raising. If the judging panel feel that none of the submitted artworks are suitable then no prize will be awarded. Submission closing date: Edit: extended to midnight Friday 27nd October 2017. No late entries will be considered. Please post an example of your design on this thread where possible and also submit your designs to: egajournal[at]gmail.com with the subject line ‘EGA Journal Competition submission’. We appreciate some people may not have joined this forum so the facebook thread is also appropriate: https://www.facebook.com/groups/232618545864/permalink/10155547156265865/ Include your full name and address in the email so we can contact you if you are the winner. Maximum of three entries per person. Enjoy channelling the plants, we look forward to seeing the results. Note to moderator - feel free to place this thread into the creative section on SAB after a week if it feels more appropriate In Plants we trust www.entheogenesis.org
  2. CALLING ALL ARTISTS AND CREATORS! Apply now for funding up to $3000 per project. Submissions for art grants close 13th August 2017. Apply here: www.entheogenesis.org/arts_grant_application For general information: www.entheogenesis.org/online_applications
  3. So, I posted a digital portrait in my sketches thread, but I though it might be good to have a separate thread for digital artworks. I don't know if there are a lot of people here who do this sort of stuff, but I am unlikely to be very prolific with these, so I invite others to post their own works in this thread as well. Even if they're already posted in another thread, it might be nice to have digital works in one place I intend this thread to be for works that are created in 2D image editing software, such as photoshop, paintshop pro, windows paint, and GIMP, using mostly ground up techniques, like painting with a mouse or tablet, though don't hesitate to post something that includes other techniques, like compositing of photographed elements, if it fits in with the general theme. I'll start: Edit: Images are gone from original upload location. PM me if you want to see them
  4. Responsible Choice

    Mushroom Iconography

    Check this site out for a bit of insight into the whole 'hidden in plain sight' nature of mushroom iconography, specifically in the Americas. http://www.mushroomstone.com/ Does anybody have a link to share re similar iconography in the East and Egypt. Save me the search, because I'm lazy
  5. In March 2015, Wellington will host the Psychedelics in Art, Science and Healing Symposium!! This is the first of any such event I have heard of taking place in New Zealand, and I certainly hope it generates enough interest and support to become an ongoing thing. A campaign has been established seeking support to fund the event - if you are not in a position to contribute financially, please help to spread the word! Check this link for details on speakers, film screenings and ways you can contribute: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/psychedelics-in-art-science-and-healing-2015 "The psychedelic community has not yet come together and joined arms in New Zealand. Although we have much to offer, we must raise the level of awareness, conversation and action around Psychedelics in the arts, in therapy, in science and in society generally. We hope to bring legitimacy and a sense of motion to the psychedelic community here by collecting everything we have and displaying it so everyone who wants to can find us. Psychedelics in the arts: painting, digital art, tattoo, film, jewelry, music Psychedelics in Therapy: PTSD, anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, alcoholism Psychedelics in Science: The 'hard problem' of consciousness - who are we? Where are we going? New Zealand is quietly becoming a leader in Psychedelic Science: We are the only country where Ibogaine is a prescription Medicine, we've had a trial in Dunedin for Ketamine's efficacy in ameliorating end-of-life anxiety and currently we have an MDMA trial in Auckland treating Tinnitus of all things. As a nation we're industrious free-thinkers looking to cross the horizon. It's time to take up our mantle and speak freely about these potentially highly beneficial substances. We have a lot to offer and it's time to show it!" :) can't wait!
  6. hey guys, just playing around with some cymatics experiments at home to show my kid thought some might dig it using a synth through an amp, with sand on drum skin sorry for the terrible video quality, I think the iphone kept trying to refocus as it moved
  7. Hey folks - long time no see. I have been very busy, and so not had much time for posting here (in fact I'm supposed to be at work right now). I've still been learning about plants as much as I can, although more native plants and useful plants. Here are some photos I thought you might enjoy of the wall paintings at the Eden Project (http://www.edenproject.com/) - drawn by two visiting curanderos. I hope everyone is well! Kind regards, -CBL
  8. Who would be keen on having a sketch book throwie exchange? Of course I don't mean sending them over I just mean Writing the person you're doing exchange with's name and taking photo and putting it on here for person. Way it works. I have a name that I use, and so do you. Yes? You draw me my name in your style and I draw your name in my style. I hit Nerk throwie- A small less time consuming piece but much more detail than tags and some hand styles.
  9. Kia ora whanau, I was rummaging through my sketchbooks looking for one particular piece of paper, i didn't find it, but i rediscovered lots of my forgotten drawings. Since i don't really show many people my art, i thought i'd make myself a wee thread and show ya'll lovely people. This is an accumulation of the creme de la crop of my work over about three years, there are many more, but these are my faves. I am still not very good with faces or bodies so a couple of these make me cringe a little with their bung-eyes and gammy feet, but they are a marked improvement from my earlier attempts and still an important part of my learning process. Two pics are copied from the encyclopaedia of psychoactive plants, one is a copy of an Escher piece and rest are original drawings. I can't plan my drawings anymore, they kinda just happen. Hope you all enjoy This was copied from the encyclopaedia of psychoactive plants, its the agave deity And this one was from the encyclopaedia too . Escher copy Birth of caapi
  10. Well, not sure how I found myself on this webpage (I think I only slept for 3 hours or less last night, maximum), but anyway, I've never felt such a strange combination of extreme happiness and inadequacy. If you like what Xenodimensional does, then you will like a lot of this stuff too. http://gallery.bridgesmathart.org/exhibitions/2012-bridges-conference I don't really see much point in posting over a huge selection of what's there, but if you find anything awesome, post your favourite. Here are some of my favourites: by Kerry Mitchell This one is made of the chaotic orbits of bounday points of the Mandelbrot set. This if the Mandelbrot set for those who forgot: by Alexandru Usineviciu This one is not that beautiful compared to some of the others. But there's so many ideas it contains. All he did was use twisted wire pieces, and "weave" them together by "screwing" each wire piece in (there's no knots or welds). The last one is my most favourite, and it's called the Electric Sheep, and it's by Scott Draves. It's the one that's just so amazing, that I can't help but feel like a lesser human being in it's presence. The artwork is a distributed computer program that generates artworks through evolutionary design and participation of users (you "vote" for what you like, and the one you voted for gets to evolve). I'm sure I haven't explained it well at all. But it's just amazing to marvel at the individual pieces that it makes, and how original they all are. Here's a sample: And there's just so many more: http://v2d7c.sheepserver.net/cgi/best.cgi
  11. Came across this amazing art work recently which I thought might be appreciated here. Combination of nature photography and illustrated patterns. Article/full series of images: http://www.mymodernm...khova-biosphere
  12. Went to an art exhibition today called Art of the Brick, whole thing was Lego, pretty amazing the stuff that was there. Highly reccommend it for any adelaideians, finishes June 11th I'm pretty sure. Time for the pics It's safe to say I wish I still had my Lego hahaha, thanks for reading.
  13. PressPausePlay "The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent of people in an unprecedented way, unleashing unlimited creative opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art, film, music and literature or is true talent instead flooded and drowned in the vast digital ocean of mass culture? Is it cultural democracy or mediocrity? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world's most influential creators of the digital era." Interesting & inspirational, definitely worth a watch if you're an artist, have any interest in creativity or todays media sharing & accessibility.
  14. Just thought I'd let you guys know about a little exhibition that's coming to Sydney soon. It's the work of Joseph Beuys, especially his work dealing with shamanism, myth and folk medicine. Details here. Beuys is one of my favourites. He certainly fit the art world of the 20th century as well as all the big players, but at the same time, he was the most honest and direct and independent thinker of all of them (no mean feat). In an era where high art eschewed the spiritual, the traditional, the political, the ecologically-minded and other such phenomenological approaches to relating to our world, he was dealing with these most basic and universal human concerns with depth and beauty; a true European pagan shaman in the guise of celebrated art world personality. A lot of people with little contact with post-war modernist art have a hard time finding an entry point into understanding his work (it certainly isn't all pretty pictures), but I recommend all of you psychonauts with a truly open mind take some time into reading about his life and art. There's a magical, spiritual, poetic "something" there, and it sits outside what can be really felt with mere language. Surely that's something to which trippers can relate.
  15. Hey guys and gals, Am stoked to present my website which tries to show something different within the psychedelic art scene. I try to steer away from repetitive patterns and move straight into novelty. I am totally still learning and starting out, but I am busting my balls in trying to develop new visual tastes that reflect specific moments of visual psychedelia. I am interested in the theory that accompanies pieces, so its not just splashy colour. Each piece is a different code that is unique to itself. It is self-reflexive and talking to itself in the work. This starts a visual loop cycle. There is no ideology - no thing is made to look like any thing. This allows you to start the hallucination process within a contained space. You start to link bridges with other bridges, finding startling results and intricate story lines. It is not abstract art as I am showing specifically this trait. It is hallucinatory realism. It is without an over-riding storyline on top. Patterns are only ever referenced never shown - allowing you to absorb into the novelty of it. Please have a browse around, as I feel this is the community who would be open to new and subtle details of visual language which can only be evoked by those who have seen the world unbound. www.liamkey.com There are 3 other sites that are in the works. One is totally dedicated to being a research portal for artists in the context of Acacia use. www.acaciaarts.com (still being made) And another for anyone who would like to be involved www.theaustraliens.com (still being made). This site will focus on the website design being the art piece. Currently up is www.valleyofnovelty.com which is a randomly loading "gallery". Any psy artists can submit their works to be loaded into the novelty machine. I realise that all my shit is totally at a half way stage, but I am preparing to do a PhD in the field next year. I have a degree and Masters, and have been blocked by an ethics comittee at a University in QLD. I would really like to steer this artistic movement in a very progressive direction. One being to refine the work made to becoming research standard, thus allowing visions captured by artists to adhere to a strict protocol to enhance decipherment. There are many pitfalls when trying to transcribe a vision, and this is why it is just dumped with other design art pieces. More is being described in
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