Every Mind Is Different

Every Mind Is Different started in mid 2021, with the goal of creating awareness about mental health.
It gathers references from many sources: Creative therapy such as grid stitching, medical art, cognitive-diversity concepts, mental health awareness and social responsibility blogs, but also pixel art, the NFT current of collections, pop art and advertising.

It consists of thousands of digital artworks, interpreting brain scans with different mental conditions, as a reminder that our knowledge about the human mind is still limited.

This large collection points out that our minds are very different, even though there are similarities in the ways our human brain might be affected. Mental distress is unique for each of us, and treatment, if necessary, should be applied in a personalized way.

We can scan the brain in high resolution using current technology, but the "the image of the mind" is still pixelated, missing fine detail. Many treatments using medication are based on a trial-and-error process, which tries to alter the perception of reality for a mind in distress. The background color for each drawing is also different to suggest the multitude of environments that we process.

By sharing information EMID is trying to end the stigma associated with many mental conditions. 

Instagram: @everymindisdifferent

Generalized anxiety disorder number 08 to 47

Collection summary:

Specialty: Psychiatry, pediatrics:
ADHD - 101 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry:
Bipolar Disorder (in light and dark colors) - 202 drawings 

Specialty: Psychiatry, Clinical psychology:
Depression - 303 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry:
OCD - 101 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry, clinical psychology:
PTSD - 101 drawings

Specialty: Neurology:
Alzheimer's - 101 Drawings

Specialty: Neuro-oncology, neurosurgery:
Giloblastoma - 101 drawings

Specialty: Cardiology:
Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy - 202 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry, Clinical psychology:
Panic Disorder - 101 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry, Clinical psychology:
Panic Disorder, Kusama Edition - 202 drawings

Specialty: Neurology: Parkinson's - 101 drawings

Specialty: Clinical psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, occupational medicine:
ASD - 404 drawings

Specialty: Psychiatry, clinical psychology:
DID - 303 drawings

Specialty Psychiatry:
Schizophrenia - 101

Specialty: Psychiatry, Clinical psychology:
Depression HR - 101

Specialty: Psychiatry:
OCD (UHR) - 101

Specialty: Psychiatry, clinical psychology:
PTSD HD - 101

Specialty: Neuro-oncology, neurosurgery:
Glioblastoma 2 HD - 101

Specialty: Neurology, pediatrics:
Dyslexia - 101

Specialty: Psychiatry:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 101 

Total 3030 (The collection is still updating).

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Bipolar disorder, hard colors, full edition

Schizophrenia 04-06, 09-11, 73-75

Glioblastoma 2 HD 00-08 

Dyslexia 10-33

Depression HR23

OCD (UHR_2_21,22,23,63,64,65) 

PTSD (HD) 18-38 

PTSD 36-38, 45-47 

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 0-23

Depression 56

Depression 77 (in hard colors) 

Depression LP 0,9,37,81,89,97

Bipolar 16-24

OCD 80-90

Alzheimer's 69 (in hard colors)

Glioblastoma 0-79

Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy (a heart condition associated with intense stress visible on a PET scan) aka broken heart syndrome.
In soft colors no28, in hard colors no82. 

Panic Disorder 35-37 44-46 


Panic Disorder 8-13, Kusama Special Edition

The Kusama reference comes from her late career. When her art started to become manufactured, as a product. Her polka dots are not restricted to paint anymore, they become printed. The same concept of infinity spreads very well in many different media. Everything becomes mass produced. It might be true that Warhol has copied her ideas, but now the table has turned. Kusama factory!

"I fight pain, anxiety, and fear every day, and the only method I have found that relieved my illness is to keep creating art. I followed the thread of art and somehow discovered a path that would allow me to live." - Yayoi Kusama

Kusama calls her work “art-medicine”—for both herself and the rest of us. “I wanted to start a revolution, using art to build the sort of society I myself envisioned.” - NYmag.com 

Parkinson 45

ASD1234 0-5

DID 123 - 012