It's probably no secret that many eminent artists often used potent drugs in search of inspiration. Now we will tell you about some famous artists who painted their paintings while high.
Pablo Picasso was an artist, sculptor, graphic artist, designer, and in addition also the founder of cubism. An unusually energetic and loving artist enjoyed a scandalous reputation wherever his fate took him. It's no secret that Picasso was a drug addict and drank a lot. However, the revolutionary ideas of the artist turned the world of art upside down.
One of the most famous representatives of surrealism. Since childhood, he was notorious, had a bunch of phobias and sexual complexes. Dali liked to say: “I don’t take drugs. I am a drug." However, it is known that the maestro still used drugs - in particular, he was inspired by smoking opium.
The British illustrator and cartoonist is still alive and well. Steadman was among those who, in the prime of their youth, saw the rise of LSD and the hippie culture. It was LSD, with its effect on the brain of bohemian youths, that began to form its own artistic movement, headed by prominent figures of literature, music and art at that time. Among them was the writer Hunter Thompson, author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and a close friend of Ralph's.
Bryan Lewis Saunders
The main companions in the work of this artist are completely different drugs. From marijuana to powerful psychedelics. For the last 15 years, he has been doing nothing but painting while high, compiling such an encyclopedia of narcotic products.