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Joanna Krotka Renders Psychedelic Pictures with an Asian Twist

These Joanna Krotka illustrations are keeping the psychedelic ‘60s and ‘70s alive through badass images depicting hallucinatory visuals and trippy concepts. From a gargantuan floating head in the sky with snakes coming out of its eyes to a woman embracing a skeletal soldier while lying in a pond, Krotka’s images tell bizarre stories while engaging audiences’ eyes with technically superior graphics. Combining these two things makes this Krakow, Poland-based artist’s work truly amazing and easy to gravitate to as a young adult.

Unsurprisingly, Joanna Krotka cites ‘70s progressive rock as her favorite genre of music. Her images definitely give off a retro rocker vibe, but even more fascinating are the subtle Asian influences found within her illustrations. Several of her creations are drawn in a style evocative of Japanese woodblock prints, only reinterpreted with Krotka’s imaginative artistic flair.