All you have to do to go from reality to alternate dream dimension is flick the light switch, which is a hell of a lot cheaper than PCP.

Bogi Fabian is this Hungarian artist babe who paints mesmerizing dream murals in glow-in-the-dark paint on bedroom walls. They're completely invisible until you turn the lights off, at which point darkness becomes fields of neon silhouettes and lysergic landscapes and your ready-made apartment room becomes a psychedelic journey into space-time. It's like taking Lunesta, without the side effects.

Bogi's goal is to create unique spaces that have distinct identities, however, you only have to be confronted with the true soul of the room when you goddamn feel like it. When you're not in the mood, just turn on the light or get some sun in there.

"I am trying to create dreamful atmospheres, paint walls and floors and manage to enlighten my art with and without a source of energy," she says on her website. "Thus, the spectator can experience the result in the daylight as well as in the dark, and in that way enjoy it in all its facets."

Well, in any case, we can all agree it's a hell of a lot cheaper than PCP.