effects of LSD on art

Discussion in 'The Psychedelic Experience' started by kier, May 29, 2004.

  1. kier

    kier I R Baboon

  2. white ginger

    white ginger Senior Member

    that was really cool, especially after 2h adn 45min of acid
     
  3. JamminOTR

    JamminOTR Member

    yeah I agree, I liked the 2h45min drawing, and the one after it. This cracked me up though...

     
  4. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    This is another selection off reality carnival; there are some lsd cat paintings too, but dammed if i can find them
     
  5. Autentique

    Autentique wonderfabulastic

    It was incredible to see this, how your perceptions is affected, and you can't really say is bad or is good, is just different.
     
  6. InTheFlesh

    InTheFlesh Member

    yeah, I saw that awhile ago, I thought it was pretty scary how much his perception changes through the course of 8 hours.
     
  7. madboy139

    madboy139 Member

    my biology teacher once told me of a study scientists did with spiders. they gave half the spiders lsd and half nothing and let them spin their webs. (don't ask me how they did all this i dont know.) anyways the ones who didnt have lsd made more mistakes when spinning webs.
     
  8. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    Here are the cats and spiders
    I have some pics of a few more cats, and a web spun on hash. I have two other webs, but I don't know what they were spun on.
     
  9. Kitaro

    Kitaro Member

    Mmmh, one day i'll do that in front of my piano... who knows what will it sound like :p
     
  10. Fractual_

    Fractual_ cosmos factory

    tthe first 2 were done by a schtiophrenic i think
     
  11. nightwanderer

    nightwanderer Member

    very cool. i havent really tripped yet, besides a couple of light one on shrooms about a year ago. I have seen the cat drawings before. i think the guy was slowly going crazy. those are interesting drawings as well.
     
  12. Advaya

    Advaya Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    The cat drawings have nothing to do with LSD. They were painted by a schizophrenic. There's a website about this somewhere. The man painted only cats and started out painting normalish happy cats, but ended up painting very crazy looking cats, as his illness progressed.

    EDIT:
    Searched and found the website.

    http://www.epub.org.br/cm/gallery/gall_leonardo/fig1-a.htm
     
  13. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze Member

    it's amazing what drugs could do to you...


    that's why I love them..;) ..
     
  14. petehears

    petehears Member

    dude! that was hillllllllllllllllaaaarrrrrrrriiiiooouuuusssss! especially the umm part of the crayon bveing cornfused wit the pencil, and the repetition of " i know.... iknow.........i know...." awesum man.
     
  15. Neuronaut7

    Neuronaut7 Member

    Albert Hoffmann mentions the spiders in his book My Problem Child. He said that under a certain dose level, the spiders webs were more proportional and such. After a certain point, however, they became erratic and very poorly made.
     
  16. OstrOsized

    OstrOsized Member

    Anyone have any more pictures of people's drawings while under the influence of a psychedelic?
     
  17. heres one i did listening to shpongle the day after a mdma+bud experience
     
  18. trailerparkboy

    trailerparkboy Heat Bag

    ^^thats so cool
     
  19. bassplaya

    bassplaya Member

    man thats awesome. i always draw when im high, but i never use colour. until now....
     

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