Untitled Simulator Interface III Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by J Demsky pop culture LSD artwork. "My first experience with the Lsd was if I remember correctly about 95-96. It was a small dose, probably a quarter of a "Lucas Duck" that were quite soft, the second was the same dose with a “Bicycle" and the experience was also smooth.Until one day the "Simpson double drop" appeared and it was different. We took half to be sure of the trip and we did not notice anything after almost an hour (at that time people also sold them fake) so we decided to take the other half, imagine what happened.We lost control and my friend ran away, I supposed to go his house and I did the same. But I remember it took me a while to open all three doors since the key was bent as if it were a magic trick.The first thing I did was turn on the TV and there was the movie "The Shining", I was only able to see some scenes but I remember the second time I watch it I thought they had deleted some scenes, you can imagine...Until dawn it was very intense. I think this was the last use I did LSD in a very long time.Now I can say that I have never dedicated myself to selling drugs, but I was very good at faking things and spent a while making "replicas" of sheets of some that were very soft (like “Marilyn Monroe’s" or "Strawberries”) I even used my own designs of things that he painted at that time.In these strange days I feel with a smile remembering those experiences and adding a double drop to these new sheets. :)" - J Demsky
J Demsky is a Spanish artist and graphic designer, known for his work in street art, illustration, and design. Born in Alicante, Spain, he began his career as a graffiti artist in the late 90s. Demsky developed a distinctive, futuristic style heavily influenced by science fiction, comic books, and video games. Demsky's work is characterized by its bold colors, geometric shapes, and intricate patterns, which often evoke a sense of movement and depth. He frequently incorporates typography into his designs, experimenting with various lettering styles to create a unique visual language. Throughout his career, Demsky has collaborated with numerous brands, galleries, and organizations, and his work has been featured in exhibitions around the world. Additionally, his murals and public art installations can be found in cities across the globe, further solidifying his status as an internationally renowned artist.