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Apr 7, 2013

bipolar mind & creativity

Paul Gauguin 
(by Alphonse Mucha, 1893)

Sylvia Plath

Hans Christian Andersen

Nina Simone

Brian Wilson

Jackson Pollock

Mark Twain

Daniel Johnston

Amy Winehouse

Edvard Munch 
(with his Portrait of Jappe Nilssen, 1909)

Charles Dickens

Ernest Hemingway

F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

Kurt Cobain 
(by Juergen Teller)

Marilyn Monroe 
(by Eve Arnold, on the set of Misfits, 1961)

Charles Baudelaire 
(by Nadar)

Gustav Mahler

Virginia Woolf

Roky Erickson

Ludwig van Beethoven 
(by Joseph Carl Stieler, 1820)

Poly Styrene

Georgia O'Keeffe

Tim Burton

Vivien Leigh

Vincent van Gogh 
(Self-Portrait in Front of Easel, 1888)

Syd Barrett

Sinead O'Connor

William Faulkner


  1. the whole set of people (characters) - very inspiring, thought provoking

  2. all of these people contributed a great deal to the arts. may they continue to inspire people of all kinds (especially people with bipolar disorder).