Bobby Faust is a thriving survivor of the psychedelic movement. He has extensively explored most or all of the molecules of significance. Not one to drop names, Faust has been associated with many of the rock
'n' roll, political, hip, litterati Parthenon--the main social formentors of the alternative culture. He has acted in a number of independant movies, appeared in many Rock videos and
off off Broadway productions. He continues to be a dedicated member of the Rainbow Family. He is down to the
bone committed to seeing a change in attitude and end to America's insane Drug War. To that purpose,
he frequently works on projects with High Times Magazine.
Bobby's computer graphics grew out of a desire to enhance his collection of years of pen and ink drawings. However, much to his surprise and delight, he found and discovered a "virtual" whole new universe
of abilities and techniques to reflect in
content the depth of not only the psychedelic vision, but also a new language for relating to political events. His piece Meditating on Gas in Tokyo is not a reference to doing Nitrous Oxide in Japan but rather a personal response to the insane Saran Gas attacks in the Tokyo Subway system.
He finds naming his pieces to be one of the most fun and revealing aspects of his