The art world is a very bizarre place sometimes, but we embrace it. Argentinian artist Leandro Granato wanted to take his art to the next level so he began snorting his paints up his nose, and spraying them onto the canvas from his eyes. Granato calls the technique "eye painting" (of course) and has spent years perfecting the paint formula so that it doesn't irritate his eyes. Why anyone would want to do this is beyond us, but there are worst places to shoot paint from, right? According the PSFK, Granato is inspired by Jackson Pollack's drip paintings which, as far as we know, didn't involve snorting paint. See Granato in action below, if you can stomach it:

[via PSFK]