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Crazy Over You: 1954

Crazy Over You: 1954

July 1954. "Doctor's office from the point of view of a woman suffering from schizophrenia." 35mm acetate negative from photos for the Look magazine assignment "Step into the world of the insane." View full size.


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The reptiles could have been a preliminary study of M. C. Escher's Reptiles, used by the English rock band Mott the Hoople for an album cover in 1969.

Eye of the Beholder

Reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode.

Creepy pic!

This reminds me of what I see when laying on the floor at the bar after having too much to drink! A good case for abstinence!! Luckily, that hasn't happened in quite a few years!

We're Here to Help You

The guy on the left cannot wait to get started with his awl -- "Working toward a sane world, one pre-frontal lobotomy at a time."

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