Tim Lahan's Trippy Portrait Collages Will Make You Dizzy

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 20, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011 • References: trademark-trademark &
The psychedelic portraits in Tim Lahan's 'Hi as Hell' series are probably not for people who are prone to acid flashbacks. These photo manipulations feature trippy patterns that trick the eye; the patterns are placed where skin or hair would be, completing the illusion.

Check out Tim Lahan's 'Hi as Hell' series above, and see some more psychedelic art pieces below.

Implications - Artists continue to create unique and offbeat creations that will enthrall their viewers while also making commentary on the world around them. By giving "psychedelic skin" to his subjects, Lahan could be making the point that skin color is of no importance in modern society, as globalization increasingly merges diverse cultures and races. Stats for Psychedelic Skin Trending: Older & Chilly
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