In the midst of all the buzz surrounding the recent release of the psychedelic art exhibition Psychedelic Art, a question is inevitably asked: How to create an art piece that will inspire people to take a psychedelic drug?
And what’s more, how to actually make it happen?
As a part of our annual series on the art world, we wanted to create a piece that explores the creative process behind making art, so that anyone who has a creative interest in the subject could benefit from it.
To help us answer these questions, we asked some of our fellow art experts to give us some insight into their own creative process.
From the artist’s perspective, we also spoke to some of the key thinkers who have worked on the subject, to give a better understanding of how psychedelics are used in art.
The piece in question was an homage to the artist who designed the first psychedelic drug known as LSD, and was created with a similar concept of a psychedelic trip, but one that was not quite as euphoric as it was imagined to be.
In order to make it work, the artist had to overcome the fears of the person taking it, as well as the physical discomfort of the process itself.
As the piece was created by a single person, the artwork is completely anonymous.
It was created in an effort to show that the process of making art is not something that you can create overnight.
In other words, the piece is designed to be shared by those who share it, and not necessarily those who may feel uncomfortable about it.
The artwork was designed by an individual who had no prior experience in the field of psychedelic art, and therefore had to create something that would make people feel something.
He said that he used a process that involved using words and images to explain how his work was meant to be experienced, but that it is important to keep in mind that his work is not a traditional psychedelic experience.
“I thought I would use a word like ‘entheogenic’, which is a term used to describe psychedelic drugs, to describe my experience.
The word entheogen was used in an academic paper about LSD, so it came to me.
But I didn’t think that this term would be used to explain the experience of a drug, because LSD doesn’t have a psychoactive effect.”
But it was a process of creating something with words that explained it to me, and then using words to describe what I was experiencing.
“The artwork is very well thought out and has a very good narrative, with many pictures and images in the background.
The artist also included an abstract sketch of the scene that the artist described to him.
It shows two people on a beach surrounded by a sea of green, with a boat floating in the distance.
The artwork has an artistic theme that is very familiar to people who have used psychedelics in the past.”
My work is an attempt to create what I felt to be an ‘entheregative’, an experience that I would not normally experience.
It’s a very simple experience, with no words or imagery, but a very strong experience that has been described by many people, so I thought it was worth making.
“Psychedelic is a word that’s been used for a long time, so we thought that maybe we could use it to describe something that is completely different to a traditional LSD experience, which is the feeling of floating in an empty space and being surrounded by other people.”
In the artwork, we see two people enjoying a trip on a tropical island.
We see the ocean and a couple of boats passing by, but we do not see a person in the foreground.
The idea of this is that the people who are taking a psychedelic can be seen in the painting, but there is nothing to them to make them feel anything.
“When you take LSD, the first thing you notice is that you are floating.
It is a very pleasant experience.
However, you can’t get this by being in a real, physical space, so what you do is float in a dream.
In a dream, you feel the ocean, and you have a feeling of being surrounded and being in the ocean.
So in a psychedelic, the experience is completely in the dream.”
It is the same with the artwork on this site.
When people are taking LSD, it feels like they are floating in a floating city.
It feels like you are in a different universe, but it is also a very different experience, and it is very similar to a typical psychedelic experience, but this is not an actual psychedelic experience.
“Psychedelics have been used in the arts for centuries.
It has been used as a medicine, for recreation, and even for mental health, but the current use of them is so widespread that it has become almost synonymous with the word “psychedelics”.
The word is used for anything that has an emotional or psychological component.
It can be used as an adjective, such as ‘tacky’ or ‘spooky’, or as a noun