Psychedelic Art manifested first in literary contexts with Rimbaud, Huxley, and then later Ginsberg and Burroughs. As the movement gained momentum in the 1960s, visual artists became catalyzed and "turned on¿ by the psychedelic experience. Juxtapoz Psychedelic bridges the musings of these early explorers of the form with those working in metaphysical and surrealistic modes today. Contemporary practitioners of the genre who are featured in Juxtapoz Psychedelic include Andy Gilmore, Jonathan Zawada, Steven Harrington, Oliver Hibert, David d'Andrea, Patrick Kyle, Killian Eng, Scott Balmer, Deanne Cheuck, Mark Whalen, Eric Shaw, Roid, Ryan Travis Christian, Karina Eibatova, Pearl Hsiung, Maya Hayuk, Skinner, Kelsey Brookes, Jetter Green, Hannah Stouffer, Katherine Tromans, and Kylea Borges, while classic and traditional proponents
include Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, John Van Hamersveld, Alex Grey, Allyson Grey, and Keiichi Tanaami.