The iconic Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth displayed yet another piece of his artwork series on Twitter, however, this time, instead of drawing, Roth preferred to use an old picture of himself to express his views which made his fans quite confused.

As you may already know, David Lee Roth has been working on his artworks which he often uses as a tool to criticize certain social and political matters around the world. In the illustrations he shares via his Twitter account, Roth sometimes portrays different stories from his imagination which always manages to impress his devoted fans.

Recently, Van Halen icon posted his latest illustration on his official Twitter account as a part of his artwork series titled ‘Soggy Bottom.’ In his new piece of art, David seems to decide to change his usual style completely by using an old picture of himself instead of a drawing.

The multitalented musician shared his photo which was taken during his trip to the Highland Jungles of New Guinea in late 1984. As you can see in the photo below, David was posing with the locals and one of them happened to have an unusual ‘drug-free’ remedy to possibly ease a certain disease.

In order to describe the interesting photo he posted, Roth stated that this was a sort of organic drug-free remedy that he loved to see. Although his fans are thrilled to see an iconic picture of David, they were also quite confused considering the message he aimed to deliver with his latest artwork.

Here’s what David Lee Roth wrote in his latest artwork:

“Organic drug-free remedys? We love ’em..!”

You can see the tweet David Lee Roth posted on his Twitter account below.