This 1950s Expirement Asked Artist to Draw Portrait 9 Times After Taking LSD | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


This 1950s Expirement Asked Artist to Draw Portrait 9 Times After Taking LSD

In the 1950s the US government did experiments with psychotomimetic drugs. In one of these experiments, an artist was given a measured amount of LSD and an activity box full of drawing materials. He was then asked to draw his experiences while under the influence. The experiment was facilitated by Oscar Janiger, a University of California-Irvine psychiatrist known for his work on acid.

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I Dropped Acid Once

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(*and all I got was holes in my jeans! )

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