Here’s some technicolor reverie from the lens of photographer Robert Moses Joyce, whose “Orange Bubblegum” portfolio series is what we imagine a mystical dream quest looks like. Full of trippy double exposures and psychedelic washes of color, the haunting and hazy film photos harken the classic video for “Fool’s Gold” by The Stone Roses.
Asked what he loves about photography, Robert had this to say:
The light hitting the film through a chunk of glass, and in turn actually holding a print is a magical process, and the feeling is unbeatable! It’s also a way to be making something while doing anything or being anywhere. I feel like it motivates me to travel, and meet new people and get to know their surroundings better. I want to meet all of you beautiful people! That’s my goal really, is just to be a seeker, and to open myself to the connectivity of everything… by the time I’m done, I hope to have a big patchwork of universal vibrations flowing freely. To share love, and to live there.
For more dreamy, washed out photo goodness, head over to Robert’s Flickr portfolio.