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IN Creative ON 24 Feb, 2016
An artist named Brian Pollett took 20 drugs to create 20 different illustrations for depicting the impact of each drug on him. While there are strange images of Medival art available on the internet, these drug effects pictures is a wonderful artwork, which has not been done by any artist till date.
Though this artwork may seem to some people as a wavy line; I seriously feel that the artist has created an amazing series of pictures that depicts the feelings of the drug addict perfectly.
Check out this mind-blowing artwork.
Source Via: psybry.net
Butylone is a white crystal powder which is generally used for research purpose. This recreational drug has similar effects as MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine). Its adverse effects include problems such as a headache, depression, loss of sleep and appetite.
GHB is a club drug which is generally combined with alcohol. It is used to incapacitate individuals; For example, sexual assault and rape.
Codeine is a pain reliever which is quite cheap and easily available at medical stores. Brian's favorite aspect of codeine are those people who typically partake in lean.
It is a psychoactive substance present in marijuana. Millions of Americans believe that marijuana is a source of joy and comfort.
Alcohol contains a large quantity of psychoactive drug ethanol that causes joy, worry, drunkenness, lethargy and memory loss.
After drinking alcohol, Brian spoke out bullshit and went crazy.
Nitrous is a party drug which was also used for performance enhancement during World War II. It is an anesthetic gas best known for its use in dentistry.
Brian's artwork is the first world perspective on cocaine. Cocaine is a surface anesthetic usually taken for pleasure. If taken regularly, one can easily get addicted to it.
Brian took the quantity of Psilocybin more than any psychoactive chemical. He created mushroom pizza and mushrooms in the sub-conscious state.
This weird chemical made Brian feel like a hippie. It is a relatively uncommon drug as compared to others. It is even banned in UK and US.
Brian felt weightless, warm and relaxed after consuming it. He was completely blackout and woke up after 8 hours of sleep. Artist advised others not to take Poppers as it is extremely harmful to lungs and brain.
Brian acted totally stubborn to even create art after consuming DMT. Nonetheless, he organized all the assets that he could play with in case he forgot how to art.
Ether was used as an anesthetic in the past to make the patients numb during operations. It is a popular drug of Las Vegas which causes complete loss of all basic motor skills.
25I literally blew Brian's mind. The artist was left intensely joyful and thrilled, but surely he won't love to experience that again.
MXE is usually sold as a designer drug which has similar effects like ketamine. The high doses of MXE cause bladder inflammation and fibrosis.
Unlike other recreational drugs, MDMA has immense healing potential. Brian believes that MDMA has given him the confidence to see the collaborative nature in most humans and to love himself.
Amphetamine is a strong central nervous drug (CNS) drug that is used to cure Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), narcolepsy, and obesity. It stimulates physical effects such as reduced response period, lethargy resistance and improved muscle power.
Mescaline is an alkaloid known for its mind-altering effects similar to those of LSD and psilocybin. It is mostly used for treating alcoholism and depression.
Ketamine is an illusionary drug generally used as anesthetic and analgesic. It stimulates a trance-like condition in pain, relief, sedation and memory loss.
LSD is a hallucinogenic drug well-known for its psychological effects such as altered thinking process, closed- and open-eye graphics, synesthesia changed the sense of time and divine involvements.
Brian feels that love is not just limited to Sex and romance but a driving force which can't be defined. Love actually helps a person to achieve his goal.
Brian's biography states: "From darkness, comes light and pixels. And amongst the infinite algorithms that light displays into our perception, Brian Pollett's art is also manipulated into existence. Perhaps Brian's most notable manipulations of light are achieved by simulating real-time sensory data from music and social interactions onto a virtual canvas. A creative process with an outcome regarded by patrons as "Psychedelic Highways," "Faux Fractals," and "Psyche-digital Still Lives."