Ladi Dadi is a three part book series focusing on influential psychedelia artists from the 1960s.
These influential designers include Wes Wilson, Victor Moscoso, and Rick Griffin.
The term Ladi Dadi comes from a 60s slang associated with LSD, which was the major influence for these artists in the psychedelic art movement.
Inside these book covers are Dr. Seuss books, emphasizing the trippy nature of these artists.
Layers of transparencies containing tie dye, geometric shapes, and bold colors were used to create trippy multi-dimensional effects.