Fillon Quentin's Subjects Show You How Illicit Substances Work

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jun 13, 2009   Updated: Jun 15 2011 • References: tinyurl
If you've ever thought about trying an illicit substance, Fillon Quentin's photo set above will straighten you right out. This drug-addled art is the result of an experiment the photographer conducted in 2008 with willing participants.

Each of Fillon Quentin's subjects was given copious amounts of Croatian rum and unnamed illicit drugs. Their reactions to these substances are captured in the gallery above, and they're absolutely creepy.

Implications - There are many condemned behaviors and indulges that generate a high degree of curiosity among individuals within society. While it may be their illicit reputation that leads to more inquisitiveness, many consumers are hesitant to engage in such activities. Businesses and companies that are able to provide consumers with products that depict or portray the effects of such behavior, will appeal to a large clientele. Stats for Bizarre Drugtography Trending: Older & Warm
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