Artist Takes Different Drugs For 20 Days And Draws Illustrations

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Sometimes, you look at a piece of art and think “I want to know what this guy was smoking.” Brian Polett can answer that question. Also known as Pixel-Pusha, this San Francisco artist used a different drug every day for 20 days and made art under the influence. And it just so happened that psilocybin made him draw a mushroom lady!

“Imagine the past, future, and linear time are gone,” Pollett said in an online interview. “You can just focus on your existence in the present. The idea of tomorrow is laughable. I can create art without concern of outsider judgment, without over analyzing my process, and intuitively enjoy creating the most honest work.”

RestNova encourages you to create art, but we do not condone drug use. Stay clean, make art!

More info: |demilked|psybry.net (h/t: boredpanda)

Day 1 — Butylone

Day 1 — Butylone

Day 2 — G.H.B.

Day 2 — G.H.B.

Day 3 — Codeine

Day 3 — Codeine

Day 4 — T.H.C.

Day 4 — T.H.C.

Day 5 — Alcohol

Day 5 — Alcohol

Day 6 — Nitrous

Day 6 — Nitrous

Day 7 — Cocaine

Day 7 — Cocaine

Day 8 — Psilocybin

Day 8 — Psilocybin

Day 9 — 4-HO-MIPT

Day 9 — 4-HO-MIPT

Day 10 — Poppers

Day 10 — Poppers

Day 11 — DMT

Day 11 — DMT

Day 12 — Ether

Day 12 — Ether

Day 13 — 25I

Day 13 — 25I

Day 14 — MXE

Day 14 — MXE

Day 15 — MDMA

Day 15 — MDMA

Day 16 — Amphetamine

Day 16 — Amphetamine

Day 17 — Mescaline

Day 17 — Mescaline

Day 18 — Ketamine

Day 18 — Ketamine

Day 19 — LSD

Day 19 — LSD

Day 20 — Love

Day 20 — Love