“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Salvador Dali’s “Destino” is an interesting short film that was contracted by Disney and released in 2003. Interestingly, the short film was in production for over 58 years, as Dali began working on the film in 1945. Disney was forced to cease production of the film in 1946 due to financial concerns imposed on them by the world war II economy. The Destino project laid dormant in the Disney vaults until 1999; then while working on the film Fantasia 2000, Walt Disney’s nephew, Roy E. Disney found the forgotten project and reanimated it. Using original storyboards, a team of 25 animators were able to finish Destino’s production.

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“I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.”

-Salvador Dali

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