Friday, August 7, 2009

Life Of a Drug Addict (57 Pics)



























































VIA : Dilidoo

18 comments:

Mrs.A said...

WOW. That is moving, tragic, sad, real. Bravo.

Anonymous said...

Do I fucking care, absolutly not!

Anonymous said...

wow, really nice work!

Anonymous said...

That is truth ,

Naka said...

funny

skyboy said...

wow . how pain full

Witte said...

How utterly moving and sad!
You have to have a heart of stone not to be touched by the pictures..
He looked untroubled and peaceful in death..
I hope his children only remember the good times, well dont to his wife or girlfriend for letting him see them.

Rest in peace fella x

pixelanalogico said...

Very impressing. But I'd like to know who is the photographer has made that and the story behind those photographs.

Sincerely

Goldemberg

Sandy said...

Photography serves many masters. Humans often turn from the very things they should see. Brilliant, really.

Anonymous said...

Was he killed by drugs or by AIDS? And there are lot of drugs without the bad effects of the heroine.

Even if it isn't a fake, it's just pure propaganda.

The last picture said...

It would be good to know who made this project, when was it made, where, etc etc

Scott said...

LMFAO, I liked the part at the end where he stopped draining the social system like the selfish drug abusing, virus carrying waste he was by finally manning up and shutting down.

Anonymous said...

Funny no one's mentioning the poppy fields in Afghanistan.

Anonymous said...

how is this touching? it's just another feel-sorry-for-me douchebag with heroin who had a house the whole time? couldve been way more real or intense...

Anonymous said...

a lot of people dont have hearts. drug addiction is not a choice. maybe that first hit was, but who are you people to judge for trying to expnd the mind or escape the pain of the body? the fact that he had a house and family make it all the more moving. even with these good things in his life, he was unable to hold it together. this is one of the most touching, real, and awakening exhibits i have ever seen

Anonymous said...

a perfect way of puttin this together the insane twisted way active addiction takes us addicts we wnat so much of a normal life but we have this void that is missing the obbession and compoulision cant be stopped its such a dark place to be pray for the still still sick n suffering addict no addict seeking recovery need ever die

Anonymous said...

Some of the comments on here made me sick. I used pain meds one way or the other for over 25 years. The folks on here with no hearts have not had it touch there lives yet if it be family or close friends. I say to them. Take the time to read and learn before you judge.

Thanks,

Chris

Anonymous said...

I saw this everyday from age 10 until about 22, where I lived. I knew of at least one hundred to two or three hundred people that it touched. Families decimated, lives still affected by AIDS. You can't ever forget & if you don't care, you were not there!