This Guy Painted Self-Portraits On 30 Different Drugs

A is worth a thousand words, and a self-portrait might be worth even more – but what if it’s a self-portrait on drugs? Drugs not only change a person’s perception of the world around them, but they also change their perceptions about themselves. Some even believe that drugs open up the mind and boost creativity. Curious about these chemical effects, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders decided to embark on his own substance-fueled journey.
Saunders created self-portraits as visual representations of drug use. Each image shows how he felt under the influence of different drugs. These substances ranged from perfectly legal nicotine gum and -prescribed benzodiazepines to crystal meth and bath salts. His portraits attempt to capture what users see, and give the viewer a glimpse at what it feels like to take different drugs.
The overall impact is both lovely and chilling; clearly painting self-portraits on drugs isn’t for the faint of heart. Saunders himself had to adjust his project after he began suffering the effects of taking one too many dos
2mg Nicotine Gum
Small Glass Of Absinthe
10mg Adderall
20mg Valium
3mg Klonopin
10mg Ambien
Abilify, Xanax, And Ativan
2 Psilocybin Mushroom Caps
7.5mg Hydrocodone And Oxycodone
15mg Buspar
Huffing Lighter Fluid
Huffing Gasoline
Huffing Computer Duster
Butane Honey Oil
Bump Of Crystal Meth
4 Butalbitals
.5g Cocaine
Bath Salts
2 Bottles Of Cough Syrup
During And After DMT
Snorting Heroin
Nitrous Oxide And Valium I.V.
Salvia Divinorum
1 Shot of Dilaudid, 3 Shots Of Morphine
Morphine I.V.
4mg Dilaudid
60mg Geodon
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