That was an interesting video.
I was kind of surprised with that Hitler painting highlighted by the narrator. I knew of his blander paintings but maybe his artistic career would have been a great deal more successful if he had pursued that path of darkness in his art. Unfortunately, he turned to politics.
That was pretty cool. Some of that artwork is amazing
I’ve been interested in this type of stuff for years. The art world name for it is “Art Brut”, or “Outsider Art”, but not necessarily art of the mentally ill. The picture I’m showing is called “The Maas Maze”, by a sz artist William Kurelek. Apparently he suffered an excruciating childhood physically and mentally, and the painting is a cross-section of his skull, each compartment showing a harrowing episode from his youth, as he remembers it. Strong stuff.
Very nice indeed.
Thanks, i wish i was able to draw another thing like that, but i don’t want to take the amount of drugs and the insanity that made it possible.
@Zoe What about your most ‘psychotic’ painting?
Yes, i want to see some “art brut” from @Zoe too. She is an excellent artist.
Aw thanks for thinking of me. I’m actually starting a painting now which I strongly link to mental health
I love your painting above too it is pretty dam cool.
Who painted that?
Looks like Steve Buscemi xD
Pretty fascinating. I found the serial killer art super disturbing.
Brilliant!! There’s a lot packed in there to see. I particularly like the hot dog, being roasted by the fire breather LOL. Nice touch