Erika Mugglin is a Los Angeles based artist focusing on photography, mixed media and performance. Mugglin's photography, on the surface, is reminiscent of a serene technicolor daydream. She uses reflective surfaces to create interesting light patterns in her pieces which provides a psychedelic tone that coincides with her overall aesthetic. Mugglin's subject matter almost always involves the human form, and commonly some aspect of the form is abstracted. Her trippy alterations to her model's appearances cause the viewer to appreciate the physical form in a different way. An inspirational feminist artist challenging the way we observe the female form in a way that is beautiful within itself. It is hard to view Mugglin's photography without wishing to be immersed in a rainbow world like the one she has shared with us. I had the opportunity to ask her a few questions regarding common themes in her work and the other things she's involved in as an artist.
Read more to learn about Erika Mugglin & visit her website here.
Fever Dream Interactive is an ever-evolving project maintained by the power couple Ryan and Vanessa based in Austin, TX. They create amazing visual projections for various events. Fever Dream's projections fully hypnotize viewers with bright colors ebbing and flowing together in psychedelic harmony. They project onto many different surfaces, from stage backdrops, to trees, to dome-like forts, the opportunities are endless. Fever Dream's projections change for each event, but they maintain a consistant trippy style remiscent of the nonsensical description your favorite psychonaut gave you about their latest time blasting off smoking DMT. For the average cat the experience of viewing these projections may bring you back to looking into a kaleidoscope as a child: consumed by awe and wonder, feeling inexplicably comforted by the beautiful formations before you.
Please view more of Fever Dream's work here.
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