Over the past decade, Leif Podhajsky's kaleidoscopic artwork has carved out a unique space for the resurgence of psychedelia, reinvented for contemporary culture through the exploration of the relationship between the organic and the digital.
Podhajsky's first monograph collates and curates his vivid artwork from the past decade. The book contains chapters on psychedelia, synaesthesia, digital and organic worlds and the influence of human perception upon nature - all beautifully illustrated with Podhajsky's artwork - alongside detailed presentations of his iconic album covers: Tame Impala's Innerspeaker and Lonerism, Bonobo's The North Borders and Foals' Holy Fire, to name a few. Each profile contains exclusive insight into the creative processes, collaborations, and insider anecdotes behind each cover.
A complete illustrated chronology of Podhajsky's works to date is included at the end of the book.