Artist Creates Self-Portraits On Different Drugs, And The Results Are Insane (Photos)

In what could be considered the craziest/most creative drug experiment ever, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders pushed himself to the limit when he decided to take a different drug every day for a few weeks.

Not only was he not sober, but he also drew a self-portrait of himself while under the influence of these drugs each day. Now of course, we wouldn't ever suggest trying this at home, and we're quite frankly not sure how this guy was even able to survive this.

After all, there's no doubt that this takes a toll on your body. From nicotine gum, to cocaine, to Zoloft, to PCP, Saunders did it all.

Nicotine gum

Klonopin

Dilaudid

Risperdal

Abilify

Trazodone

Hydrocodone/Oxycodone/Xanax

Abilify/ Xanax/Ativan

Absinthe

Adderall

Ambien

Ativan/Haloperidol

Buspar

Butalbitals

Butane Honey Oil

Cephalexin

Cocaine

Computer duster

Cough syrup

Crystal Meth

Dilaudid/Morphine

Morphine IV

G13 Marijuana

Geodon

Hash

Huffing gas

Marijuana

Huffing lighter fluid

Loritab

Nitrous Oxide/Valium

Psilocybin mushrooms

Nitrous Oxide

PCP

Percocet

Pruno

Marijuana resin

Ritalin

Salvia Divinorum

Seroquel

Valium

Valium I.V.

Valium I.V./Albuterol

Xanax

Zoloft

Zyprexa

H/T: The Chive, Photos courtesy of Bryan Lewis Saunders