In this short French video adaptation of a story by Maupassant, entitled “Dans la nuit”, the dead return to tell their truth. Brief and haunting.
Watch: Sedation in action
The YouTube description bills this animation as “The Trippiest Video Ever”. The song is synthy-bass heavy and the video takes you places.
Tickle: Your mind
A 2016 animation by Bang Sangho about the trascendental chaotic visionary infinite beauty of global evolution. Or whatever. It is short enough and there is a didgeridoo in the accompanying soundtrack.
Macro/Micro: Cosmic visualization
From the Imaginary Foundation, zoom into the galactic. Just a fun visualization. link
Update: I don’t think this works on phones (or at least iOS).
Visualize: Gradient Forest
Not tripping today? This could help: link
Turn on: Tripping in Cambodia
In this Vice animated tale, the narrator takes us on the story of her first LSD experience.
Ah, the reason that I felt so uneasy was more to do with my environment and state of mind that I had going into the experience and less to do with the acid itself.
Screen: Fall for endings
The Life of Death, an hand-drawn animated short by Dutch filmmaker Marsha Onderstijn. It is about “the day Death fell in love with Life” and explores the perspectives of death as beautiful and natural.
Zoom: Inside a painting
I’m not sure how far into infinity this goes, but Zoom Quilt is for those moments when you want to swim inside an animation forever. It did get me dizzy but it’ll also take you to fantastical distant lands.