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#1 Brain Sick

Brain Sick

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Jasmine Chen 1 year ago

like me doing math right now

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#2 Mind Devour

Mind Devour

The painting describes a person with psychological problems such as schizophrenia, insanity, depression or other mental problems. His endless screaming makes his own mind eat him up. I have periods in my life where I feel like this. I wanted to make an illustration of my thoughts and my pain within.

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Eva Ross 1 year ago

It looks like the cover of Pink Floyd The Wall (the movie)

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#3 Depression


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Little letitia 1 year ago

People always say my head is in the clouds. Little do they know those clouds are black and heavy with storms.

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#4 Colorful Depression

Colorful Depression

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Ditto 1 year ago

Sadly beautiful.

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#5 Stay


I create death-inspired love illustrations to cope with my depression.

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Dracule Mihawk 1 year ago

I like this one.

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#6 Depression


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Natalie 1 year ago

Powerful image!

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#7 Major Depressive Disorder

Major Depressive Disorder

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Harvey Tydeman 1 year ago

once depression grabs hold of you...

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#8 Depression


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DancingToMyself 1 year ago

Beauty & strong scare.

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#9 Teen Depression

Teen Depression

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Random Person 1 year ago

Everyday slowly chipping you away…

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#10 Falling


A figure sketch from "Falling" a project I worked on from 2010-2014 about my experience with depression.

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Lynn Monet Bevino 1 year ago

I can relate to this. This is a great representation of the feeling of falling, helpless, as the agony pulls you in and down. As you submit, because you're too weak from trying to be strong.

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