20 Drawings of Mad People

Drawings of Mad People

What you see below are pictures drawn by mentally sick patients who can give points to many famous artists such as Picasso and Dali.



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20 Responses to “Drawings of Mad People”

  1. PF says:

    Wow, the people who drew them are very talented. It’s a very sad that almost all paintings show great suffering they must endure.

  2. geoff says:

    Fantastic, but a bit scary if thats how people were feeling and what they were thinking.

  3. Tomala says:

    I see pain, sadness, humiliation etc. on these pictures

  4. Mr. Fox says:

    I cannot explain them on my word.

  5. yojimbo says:

    I would like to know what each person was suffering from.I find the 16th picture down rather interesting was this person a nymphomaniac? Notice that the wealthy guy it the tub with top hat does nothing while the other guy gets it doggy style?

    Some real life famous artists where mentally ill Van Gogh is believed to have been schizophrenic it is said that they “see” certain colors.

  6. George Johnson says:

    “sanity” and “madness” are separated by a very fine line.

  7. john says:

    Wow is all I can say.

  8. René De Beaumarchais says:

    If I was a wealthy patron, I would commission one from one of those mad painters.

  9. Verto says:

    The term “mental illness” ,i can’t understand ! ! ! ! ! !the people who are not “similar’ to others are “Psycho” ! ! ! ! ! !.Leave them alone for expression of their “ideas” ! ! ! ! ! !

  10. SerranoPugliesi says:

    hey, does anybody know who painted the picture with the doctor saving the woman from the skeleton? I happen to have a little statue of the same situation…but i never knew where it came from!

  11. Domo says:

    Don’t you think some of those people seem to feign madness, just to be more famous?

  12. Fossil says:

    I have also seen very good art from inmates in prison in the United States. A terrible waste of talent.

  13. marxistworker says:

    A lot of the works seem to show evidence of schizophrenia, the condition where the inner regions of the brain are trying to communicate with the outer regions. Such warbled messages tend to be of a taunting, violent, disparaging quality. Thus, most schizophrenics often become agitated, paranoid, or depressed and that could account for some of the more disturbed drawings.

    • Archy Bunka says:

      Socialist “science” as dictated by politics in the USSR, resulted in mental health facilities packed with political prisoners.

      • marxistworker says:

        Yes, you’re right, my Atlantic coast Comrade, but this was a Stalinist/neo-Stalinist ploy; not a method of the enlightened Comrades of the 1920s. Dissent was not punished in such a nightmarish manner until the 1930s and afterwards.

  14. ham says:

    adolescent nonsense. you can see this talent at any angsty high school art club

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  16. Dr F says:

    This stuff makes you step inside of a mental illness, I love this!!

  17. Gerry says:

    If you like this kind of art and you happen to be around Switzerland, have a look at the “Collection de l’Art Brut”, in Lausanne, there’s a lot of similar stuff on exhibition.

  18. Gopher says:

    I believe there’s Putin on second picture :)

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