Art therapy in a calendar, with a subversive wink—inhale the art and exhale the stresses of the day!
For centuries, art historians have been puzzled by the enigmatic smile on the Mona Lisa’s face. But maybe there is no mystery. Maybe she was just stoned! Featuring twelve of the world’s masterpieces, High Art subversively reimagines our favorite paintings as if the artists and their subjects had all been enjoying a toke. And the effect will surely give you the giggles.
The surreal tableau depicted in Rousseau’s The Dream becomes even trippier with the addition of a joint.
For art lovers, weed aficionados, and anyone with a high-minded sense of humor—twelve of the world’s most beloved masterpieces subversively reimagined as if the artists and their subjects had all been, well, high.
Here is René Magritte’s famous image of a pipe—but this one doesn’t look like the one your grandpa might’ve smoked. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema’s An Eloquent Silence takes on another layer of meaning with the addition of a large bong—now we know why this mysterious couple looks so spaced out. And pot brownies make a surprising addition to George Dunlop Leslie’s Roses. Oh, that Leslie . . .