Paintings written under the influence of drugs

To create this series of illustrations, graphicaldesigner Brian Pollett, aka Pixel-Pusha, had to take various drugs for 20 days. An artist from San Francisco says that in doing so he "wanted to create opportunities for education, related to both psychedelics and art."

"Imagine that the past, the future and the lineartime has disappeared, "Pollett explains. "You can just focus on your existence right now." The idea tomorrow is ridiculous. I can create art without worrying about the opinions of outsiders, without undue analysis of the process, and intuitively enjoy creating the most honest works.

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Paintings written under the influence of drugs

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Paintings written under the influence of drugs

Paintings written under the influence of drugs

Paintings written under the influence of drugs

Paintings written under the influence of drugs

Paintings written under the influence of drugs

Paintings written under the influence of drugs

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