The psychedelic imagery of the ‘60s is very much alive and well, as proven by these super trippy images by Jared Tharp. Combining oblong organs, elastic appendages, geometric patterns and chromatic slime all into his many compositions, the talented artist has no problem stimulating people’s eyes. His illustrations are so surreal to look at that you’d think he was a distant relative of the great Salvador Dali.
Jared Tharp’s rendering style is a mishmash of cartoons, street art and digital image making. Because he draws upon so many eclectic inspirations, depending on the people you ask, viewers may describe his work as being evocative of very different decades. There’s just something so familiar about his pieces, yet they are still entirely refreshing to look at.
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