The counterculture movement and the usage of psychedelic substances like LSD are directly linked to the emergence of the visual art style known as “psychedelic art” in the 1960s.

Intricate patterns, vivid colours, and fantastical imagery define this art genre, which tries to resemble or evoke these substances’ sensory and visual sensations.

Many psychedelic artists used imagery and ideas from Eastern philosophies and faiths, like cosmic unity and mandalas. 

"Psychedelic mushroom art" is a psychedelic art style that depicts mushrooms in magical and bizarre ways, closely related to their use in various cultural and spiritual rituals.  

Abstract psychedelic art explores the mental reaches of the unconscious, evoking the indescribable sensations and distorted perceptions connected to altered states of consciousness.