Collection by Bek Gilsenan

Holy Mountain: Tile Inspo

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Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 avant garde film follows a Thief's journey to self-actualization: via the Holy Mountain.
This film is one part self-indulgent art project, one part cinematic masterpiece made on the afterglow of what must have been an incredible LSD binge. One thing is for sure, Jodorowsky knows how to use tiles.

Alejandro Jodorowsky LSD crazed "The Holy Mountain" is a lesson in how to use tiles.
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