Painting On Drugs

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Digital artist Brian Pollett tried a new drug (or mix of drugs) every day for 20-days and started painting shortly after each dosage. “[I] wanted to create opportunities to educate, whether related to psychedelics or art. Imagine the past, future, and linear time are gone. 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,” said Pollett. Continue reading to see his paintings over the twenty days.

Day One – Butylone

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Day Two – G.H.B.

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Day Three – Codeine

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Day Four – T.H.C.

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Day Five – Alcohol

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Day Six – Nitrous

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Day Seven – Cocaine

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Day Eight – Psilocybin

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Day Nine – 4-HO-MIPT

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Day Ten – Poppers

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Day Eleven – DMT

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Day Twelve – Ether

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Day Thirteen – 25I

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Day Fourteen – MXE

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Day Fifteen – MDMA

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Day Sixteen – Amphetamine

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Day Seventeen – Mescaline

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Day Eighteen – Ketamine

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Day Nineteen – LSD

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Day Twenty – Love

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