I can't even begin to imagine what it must be like to suffer from the type of illness that manifests as this artwork.
I always thought this artist depicted his/her experimentation with psychedelic drugs.
Had no idea schizophrenia (has the potential to be?) / is this psychedelic in visual description. I was aware of auditory hallucinations and more mild and disturbing hallucinations though - more like these: >>450
this is a little misleading, these aren't in sequence and some of Wain's other artpieces during the schizophrenic periods of his life are pretty regular in comparison. You could say this shows how the illness can effect his mindset as he made his art, but it's really not a way to show the progression or impact it had on his work as a whole.
I've played with the thought of inducing psychosis out of interest. But then I've come to my senses so to speak.
>>474>I've played with the thought of inducing psychosis out of interest.
What do you mean by this?
Any idea where I could find more of these artists works?
seems more like a saved thumbnail haha
please, all of you, post the name of the artist or a link or some way to find more of their work easily. surely you have at least some data when you post here.
You could do this with a deliriant like DPH pretty easily. It's not fun though, speaking from experience. The worst is the restless-everything-syndrome that comes with benedryl.>>798
I know this as the cover of Fanged Noumena of course, but where is this actually from?>>838
Thank you for the Darger. That documentary is great, but if you want something a little lighter and more succinct I also recommend the Fredrick Knudsen Henry Darger episode. I've seen it multiple times at this point, that whole channel is worth binging.