LSD

282 artworks


  • Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    UFO907 Too Fast To Live Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by UFO907 pop culture LSD artwork. 2020 Signed/COA Limited Edition of 75 Blotter Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 As an active graffiti writer, UFO 907 is known for its alien ufo motifs throughout New York. Over 20 years, his works have been and still are growing in numbers, attracting fans all over the world. His distinct ufo motifs have evolved and changed throughout the years, from a simple UFO form to a character-like approach with eyes and legs. And still active throughout the world.

    $382.00

  • Love Tripping- Pink Blotter Paper Archival Pigment Print by Mr André Saraiva

    Mr André Saraiva Love Tripping- Pink Blotter Paper Archival Pigment Print by Mr André Saraiva

    Love Tripping- Pink Limited Edition Fine Art Blotter Paper Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Modern Pop Artist Mr Andre. Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2022 Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey.

    $412.00

  • McTripping Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ron English

    Ron English McTripping Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ron English

    McTripping Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Ron English pop culture LSD artwork. Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2021 Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey & may vary slightly from the example shown.

    $460.00

  • Metamorphosis Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Tavar Zawacki- Above Metamorphosis Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Metamorphosis Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Tavar Zawacki- Above pop culture LSD artwork. At the age of 19, Tavar moved to Paris, France, where he started painting his trademark arrow icon pointing 'above'. During the past 19 years, Tavar Zawacki has painted artworks in the streets of over 100 cities in 60 different countries around the world.

    $382.00

  • Check Mate Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Tavar Zawacki- Above Check Mate Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Check Mate Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Tavar Zawacki- Above pop culture LSD artwork. At the age of 19, Tavar moved to Paris, France, where he started painting his trademark arrow icon pointing 'above'. During the past 19 years, Tavar Zawacki has painted artworks in the streets of over 100 cities in 60 different countries around the world.

    $382.00

  • Acid Pulse Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Tavar Zawacki- Above Acid Pulse Blotter Paper Archival Print by Tavar Zawacki- Above

    Acid Pulse Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Tavar Zawacki- Above pop culture LSD artwork. At the age of 19, Tavar moved to Paris, France, where he started painting his trademark arrow icon pointing 'above'. During the past 19 years, Tavar Zawacki has painted artworks in the streets of over 100 cities in 60 different countries around the world.

    $382.00

  • Get Off My Cloud Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    Niagara Get Off My Cloud Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    Get Off My Cloud Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Niagara pop culture LSD artwork. Get Off Of My Cloud Was done for a big show at Art Basel. The painting measured 10 feet square. A truck was hired to deliver it to the newest gallery in Miami. The opening was a smash. After midnight a storm blew in. The huge promo ballon blew into the klieg lights and electrical lines. Instant Explosion….the fire burned the gallery into rubble. Nobody was killed, but ''Get Off My Cloud was a casualty.

    $382.00

  • Jazz Baby Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    Niagara Jazz Baby Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    Jazz Baby Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Niagara pop culture LSD artwork. INFO

    $382.00

  • The Cops Blue Cobalt Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara LSD Blotter Modern Pop Art

    Niagara The Cops Blue Cobalt Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    The Cops- Blue & Cobalt Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Niagara pop culture LSD artwork. "We had a driving job delivering Porsches and Ferraris to writers in Los Angeles. The Colonel was an ex-race car driver. We never stopped for “The Cops’’ and never were caught...until the night of the following day." - Niagara

    $382.00

  • The Cops Red Yellow Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara LSD Blotter Modern Pop Art

    Niagara The Cops Red Yellow Blotter Paper Archival Print by Niagara

    The Cops- Red & Yellow Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Niagara pop culture LSD artwork. "We had a driving job delivering Porsches and Ferraris to writers in Los Angeles. The Colonel was an ex-race car driver. We never stopped for “The Cops’’ and never were caught...until the night of the following day." - Niagara

    $382.00

  • Zen Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Mike Giant Zen Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Zen Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Mike Giant pop culture LSD artwork. Signed 2019 "The Zen graphic is a Zen circle, known as Enso. It represents absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and mu (the void). I often contemplated these things when I was a regular LSD user and always thought it would be a great image on acid tabs. This is 1 of 6 LSD graphics I illustrated in early 2017 after reminiscing about my days as a regular LSD user (at least once a week). 3 of the 6 graphics in this series were based on real LSD that I ate and sold. The other 3 are things I thought would work great as blotter art. I researched blotter art and found some that I remember eating and selling. The others I made up. They’re really special when compared to what I usually offer and I’ll bet they’ll be worth some money someday as this is the only time I’ve drawn LSD blotter art." - Mike Giant

    $382.00

  • Sun Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Mike Giant Sun Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Sun Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Mike Giant pop culture LSD artwork. "The Sun graphic is based on LSD that I used to eat in the late 1990s. The only difference being the ones I ate were on yellow paper. This is 1 of 6 LSD graphics I illustrated in early 2017 after reminiscing about my days as a regular LSD user (at least once a week). 3 of the 6 graphics in this series were based on real LSD that I ate and sold. The other 3 are things I thought would work great as blotter art. I researched blotter art and found some that I remember eating and selling. The others I made up. They’re really special when compared to what I usually offer and I’ll bet they’ll be worth some money someday as this is the only time I’ve drawn LSD blotter art." - Mike Giant

    $382.00

  • Smiley Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Mike Giant Smiley Blotter Paper Archival Print by Mike Giant

    Smiley Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Mike Giant pop culture LSD artwork. "The Smiley graphic is one of my graffiti throw-ups, a “GI”. I started writing it on walls in the mid-1990s. This is 1 of 6 LSD graphics I illustrated in early 2017 after reminiscing about my days as a regular LSD user (at least once a week). 3 of the 6 graphics in this series were based on real LSD that I ate and sold. The other 3 are things I thought would work great as blotter art. I researched blotter art and found some that I remember eating and selling. The others I made up. They’re really special when compared to what I usually offer and I’ll bet they’ll be worth some money someday as this is the only time I’ve drawn LSD blotter art." - Mike Giant

    $382.00

  • Pink Eyes Blotter Paper Archival Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Pink Eyes Blotter Paper Archival Print by Luke Chueh

    Pink Eyes Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Luke Chueh pop culture LSD artwork. "Psychedelic substances definitely had a major role in the development of my popular 'bear' character. Back when I was in college, my best friend and I had an experience that inspired us to run around my house declaring we were Care Bears. I was christened 'Luke Bear,' and my friend, 'Jaime Bear.' Nicknames that have stuck till this day. Fast forward to when I moved to Los Angeles. I wanted to create a character that could readily represent me. Even after more than a decade, a bear was the obvious choice." - Luke Chueh

    $456.00

  • Hoodie Blotter Paper Archival Print by Luke Chueh

    Luke Chueh Hoodie Blotter Paper Archival Print by Luke Chueh

    Hoodie Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Luke Chueh pop culture LSD artwork. "Psychedelic substances definitely had a major role in the development of my popular 'bear' character. Back when I was in college, my best friend and I had an experience that inspired us to run around my house declaring we were Care Bears. I was christened 'Luke Bear,' and my friend, 'Jaime Bear.' Nicknames that have stuck till this day. Fast forward to when I moved to Los Angeles. I wanted to create a character that could readily represent me. Even after more than a decade, a bear was the obvious choice." - Luke Chueh

    $456.00

  • Herold of Z Blotter Paper Archival Print by Glenn Barr

    Glenn Barr Herold of Z Blotter Paper Archival Print by Glenn Barr

    Herold of Z Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Glenn Barr pop culture LSD artwork. Glenn Barr's surreal creatures, specters and tragic characters live in a seedy universe, drenched in the grit and haze of a post-apocalyptic urban dreamscape. His Detroit work has been labeled Pop Surrealism, Pop Pluralism, Lowbrow, Regional, Outsider, Ashcan or as he coins the phrase “B Cultural-ism”.

    $382.00

  • Baelyn As Conduit Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Brandon Boyd Baelyn As Conduit Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Baelyn As Conduit Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. INFO

    $382.00

  • Paige In Blue Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Brandon Boyd Paige In Blue Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Paige In Blue Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

    $382.00

  • Two Muses Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Brandon Boyd Two Muses Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Two Muses Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

    $382.00

  • Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Brandon Boyd Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Archival Print By Brandon Boyd

    Five Modes Of Transport Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Brandon Boyd pop culture LSD artwork. Brandon Boyd’s work as a singer, songwriter, both as a solo artist and with his platinum-selling rock band, is well documented and universally acclaimed. But now his other life’s work -- that of a painter -- has been garnering increasing attention and devoted audiences of its own.

    $382.00

  • Untitled Simulator Interface I Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    J Demsky Untitled Simulator Interface I Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    Untitled Simulator Interface I 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

    $382.00

  • Untitled Simulator Interface II Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    J Demsky Untitled Simulator Interface II Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    Untitled Simulator Interface II 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

    $382.00

  • Untitled Simulator Interface III Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    J Demsky Untitled Simulator Interface III Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    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

    $382.00

  • Untitled Simulator Interface IV Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    J Demsky Untitled Simulator Interface IV Blotter Paper Archival Print by J Demsky

    Untitled Simulator Interface IV 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

    $382.00

  • Drug Free Zone Blotter Paper Archival Print by Stanley Mouse

    Stanley Mouse Drug Free Zone Blotter Paper Archival Print by Stanley Mouse

    Drug Free Zone Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Stanley Mouse pop culture LSD artwork. Stanley Mouse was born in California on October 10, 1940. His father was an animator with Disney Studios who worked on Snow White. Stanley grew up in Detroit where Motown music and the city’s obsession with motor cars combined with his genius at drawing and made Stanleys life path clear at an early age. Quiet and always drawing in class, Stanley earned his pen name, Mouse in the seventh grade. He’d become known for his sketches of monster-driven muscle cars and as soon as he began signing with his pen name, he became instantly famous at thirteen.

    $382.00

  • Sugar Cube Blotter Paper Archival Print by Stanley Mouse

    Stanley Mouse Sugar Cube Blotter Paper Archival Print by Stanley Mouse

    Sugar Cube Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Stanley Mouse pop culture LSD artwork. Stanley found a niche in the Detroit hot rod culture by detailing extraordinary paint jobs on vehicles until no quality hot rod in town could be seen without a Mouse pin-striping job. Soon after, he began applying his favorite subjects to T-shirts with an airbrush. In the tenth grade, Stanley did some graffiti on the high school hang out and was expelled from high school, the silver lining being that he then enrolled in art school.

    $382.00

  • Psychedelic Andre- Red Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Psychedelic Andre- Red Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Psychedelic Andre- Classic Red Obey Giant Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Shepard Fairey X John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "I first made this image in 1967, and then the poster came out in 1968. One day I sat down and started this drawing out of my style. I had been an art director at Capitol Records, and I hadn't been drawing very much. It was a whole new state I was in. But it was an opportunity to test my drawing and put it into a poster and have it published. It all came out great. It was a fantastic show. There were ads everywhere and people loved the poster. It just started to become a piece of history right away, much like The Endless Summer poster." - John Van Hamersveld "I became a fan of Hendrix after I exited my punk rock orthodoxy phase. I ended up gravitating towards John's image because it had that nod to psychedelia, without going so overboard in the baroque detail, that it remained iconic. This Hendrix image itself — along with a few other influences, like Barbara Kruger and Russian Constructivism — was a huge influence in how I was going to make work that had the ability to cut through the clutter of what's on the street and still have a recognizable style. When I was just making variations of the Andre on the different backgrounds, I was looking at a lot of psychedelic work, but John's piece really inspired me to make something that was a deviation from just playing it safe with the original Andre image. So John's Pinnacle Hendrix was sort of a gateway to the evolution of my entire Andre The Giant project. I can't really understate the importance of this image for me." - Shepard Fairey

    $396.00

  • Psychedelic Andre- Endless Summer Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Psychedelic Andre- Endless Summer Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Psychedelic Andre - Endless Summer Obey Giant Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Shepard Fairey X John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "I first made this image in 1967, and then the poster came out in 1968. One day I sat down and started this drawing out of my style. I had been an art director at Capitol Records, and I hadn't been drawing very much. It was a whole new state I was in. But it was an opportunity to test my drawing and put it into a poster and have it published. It all came out great. It was a fantastic show. There were ads everywhere and people loved the poster. It just started to become a piece of history right away, much like The Endless Summer poster." - John Van Hamersveld "I became a fan of Hendrix after I exited my punk rock orthodoxy phase. I ended up gravitating towards John's image because it had that nod to psychedelia, without going so overboard in the baroque detail, that it remained iconic. This Hendrix image itself — along with a few other influences, like Barbara Kruger and Russian Constructivism — was a huge influence in how I was going to make work that had the ability to cut through the clutter of what's on the street and still have a recognizable style. When I was just making variations of the Andre on the different backgrounds, I was looking at a lot of psychedelic work, but John's piece really inspired me to make something that was a deviation from just playing it safe with the original Andre image. So John's Pinnacle Hendrix was sort of a gateway to the evolution of my entire Andre The Giant project. I can't really understate the importance of this image for me." - Shepard Fairey

    $396.00

  • Psychedelic Andre- Pinnacle Blue Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Psychedelic Andre- Pinnacle Blue Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Psychedelic Andre- Pinnacle Blue Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Shepard Fairey X John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "I first made this image in 1967, and then the poster came out in 1968. One day I sat down and started this drawing out of my style. I had been an art director at Capitol Records, and I hadn't been drawing very much. It was a whole new state I was in. But it was an opportunity to test my drawing and put it into a poster and have it published. It all came out great. It was a fantastic show. There were ads everywhere and people loved the poster. It just started to become a piece of history right away, much like The Endless Summer poster." - John Van Hamersveld "I became a fan of Hendrix after I exited my punk rock orthodoxy phase. I ended up gravitating towards John's image because it had that nod to psychedelia, without going so overboard in the baroque detail, that it remained iconic. This Hendrix image itself — along with a few other influences, like Barbara Kruger and Russian Constructivism — was a huge influence in how I was going to make work that had the ability to cut through the clutter of what's on the street and still have a recognizable style. When I was just making variations of the Andre on the different backgrounds, I was looking at a lot of psychedelic work, but John's piece really inspired me to make something that was a deviation from just playing it safe with the original Andre image. So John's Pinnacle Hendrix was sort of a gateway to the evolution of my entire Andre The Giant project. I can't really understate the importance of this image for me." - Shepard Fairey

    $396.00

  • Psychedelic Andre- ‘92 Obey Giant Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Shepard Fairey- OBEY Psychedelic Andre- ‘92 Obey Giant Blotter Paper Print by Shepard Fairey- OBEY

    Psychedelic Andre- ‘92 Obey Giant Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Shepard Fairey X John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "I first made this image in 1967, and then the poster came out in 1968. One day I sat down and started this drawing out of my style. I had been an art director at Capitol Records, and I hadn't been drawing very much. It was a whole new state I was in. But it was an opportunity to test my drawing and put it into a poster and have it published. It all came out great. It was a fantastic show. There were ads everywhere and people loved the poster. It just started to become a piece of history right away, much like The Endless Summer poster." - John Van Hamersveld "I became a fan of Hendrix after I exited my punk rock orthodoxy phase. I ended up gravitating towards John's image because it had that nod to psychedelia, without going so overboard in the baroque detail, that it remained iconic. This Hendrix image itself — along with a few other influences, like Barbara Kruger and Russian Constructivism — was a huge influence in how I was going to make work that had the ability to cut through the clutter of what's on the street and still have a recognizable style. When I was just making variations of the Andre on the different backgrounds, I was looking at a lot of psychedelic work, but John's piece really inspired me to make something that was a deviation from just playing it safe with the original Andre image. So John's Pinnacle Hendrix was sort of a gateway to the evolution of my entire Andre The Giant project. I can't really understate the importance of this image for me." - Shepard Fairey

    $396.00

  • High Score Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier High Score Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    High Score Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Denial pop culture LSD artwork. 2020 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 In 2000 he adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics, and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards, and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters ‘D3N!@L’. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his bold and often satirical visual subversions. In the world of Denial, memory is important, because it is the basis of his work, as it nostalgically encourages the audience to engage with it. As a result, his art is as familiar, as it is disturbing because it reveals the most unsettling parts of society, the ones we are in a “denial” of. No matter its controversial history, graffiti is less and less viewed as a form of vandalism.

    $397.00

  • LSDetroit Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier LSDetroit Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    LSDetroit Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Denial pop culture LSD artwork. 2019 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 In 2000 he adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics, and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards, and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters ‘D3N!@L’. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his bold and often satirical visual subversions. Denial is a Canadian artist who experiments with aerosol and stencil art, while his main fields of interest are consumerism, politics and the human condition in today’s society. Since the culture of graffiti was gaining more and more popularity in the US and Europe, the taggers had to be increasingly original in order to stand out. The signatures became bigger, more stylized and more colorful.

    $397.00

  • LSDelinquent Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier LSDelinquent Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    LSDelinquent Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Denial pop culture LSD artwork. 2019 Signed Limited Edition of 50 Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 In 2000 he adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics, and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards, and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters ‘D3N!@L’. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his bold and often satirical visual subversions. Denial’s art is strongly political and social since the artist takes specific positions against issues, such as capitalism, consumer culture, and advertisements. More importantly, the artist is aware of his choices and motivations: “I like to think of myself as activist pop art. How I relate with cartoons and graphics is a lot easier than I do with photo-realistic stuff" Another aspect of Denial's work is humor. His work is satirical, which, by definition, means that it uses humor as a confronting mechanism.

    $397.00

  • Acid Test Results Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Denial- Daniel Bombardier Acid Test Results Blotter Paper Archival Print by Denial- Daniel Bombardier

    Acid Test Results Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Denial pop culture LSD artwork. In 2000 he adopted the moniker ‘DENIAL’ as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics, and media messages that contemporary society is often ‘in denial about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards, and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters ‘D3N!@L’. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his bold and often satirical visual subversions. Denial has evolved as one the most prominent figures of contemporary pop artists, who nonetheless, continue to stay relevant and is interested in generating thought-provoking commentary. He has a long history of exploring the boundaries of appropriation, which he uses as a means of subverting the value of cultural products, imprinted in the collective memory of the Western civilization. His work, in other words, is inviting the viewer to re-imagine our dystopian society as a way of confronting it, with humor and irony as the biggest tools of the artist.

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  • Quasiconformal Resting Face Blotter Paper Archival Print by Pat Riot

    Pat Riot Quasiconformal Resting Face Blotter Paper Archival Print by Pat Riot

    Quasiconformal Resting Face (Kaczynski’s Grin) Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Pat Riot pop culture LSD artwork. "Two of these blotter designs were created specifically for this project. They are both variations of pieces that I have been creating over the last year for a body of work revolving around the thematic similarities between Ted Geisel’s (Dr. Seuss) storybook, THE LORAX, and Ted Kaczynski’s (Unabomber) manifesto, “Industrial Society And It’s Future.”

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  • Me Myself & Eyes Pupilla Pluralis Resting Face Blotter Paper Archival Print by Pat Riot

    Pat Riot Me Myself & Eyes Pupilla Pluralis Resting Face Blotter Paper Archival Print by Pat Riot

    Me, Myself, & Eyes (Pupilla Pluralis) Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Pat Riot pop culture LSD artwork. Obscure rumors of the CIA’s clandestine operations using LSD in experiments involving mind-control on unwitting US citizens and US military personnel in their top-secret MK-ULTRA program was something that circulated mostly in darkness, woven throughout nefarious conspiracy theories. Now, those rumors have been confirmed with the release of previously classified information through the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) and the many books that have since been published on the findings of that information, which revealed detailed accounts of the dark and torturous applications of LSD by the CIA.

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  • Never Trust A Junkie Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    UFO907 Never Trust A Junkie Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    Never Trust A Junkie Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by UFO907 pop culture LSD artwork. 2020 Signed/COA Limited Edition of 75 Blotter Artwork Size 7.5x7.5 As an active graffiti writer, UFO 907 is known for its alien ufo motifs throughout New York. Over 20 years, his works have been and still are growing in numbers, attracting fans all over the world. His distinct ufo motifs have evolved and changed throughout the years, from a simple UFO form to a character-like approach with eyes and legs. And still active throughout the world.

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  • Riding Home Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    UFO907 Riding Home Blotter Paper Archival Print by UFO907

    Riding Home Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by UFO907 pop culture LSD artwork. As an active graffiti writer, UFO 907 is known for its alien ufo motifs throughout New York. Over 20 years, his works have been and still are growing in numbers, attracting fans all over the world. His distinct ufo motifs have evolved and changed throughout the years, from a simple UFO form to a character-like approach with eyes and legs. And still active throughout the world.

    $382.00

  • Word Games Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Word Games Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Word Games Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Ben Frost pop culture LSD artwork. Australian contemporary artist Ben Frost is best known for his bold, irreverent Pop Art. His instantly recognizable take on pop culture twists up everyday iconography from the world’s biggest brands. Subverting meaning and messages from the mainstream media, Frost’s scathing commentary on advertising, entertainment, and politics is both confronting and controversial. The essence of Frost’s commentary is established on the basis of subverting the meaning and the messages, promoted by the mainstream media. In other words and, as he has stated in the past: “The less you fill your mind with the trappings of advertising and bad television, the more space you have in your brain for things of value”. At the same time, his take on modern pop culture is equally compelling. Mainstream media, advertisements, and politics can be identified as some of his main fields of interest, which he utilizes and mixes up in a controversial formation. The word controversial is not used incidentally. What Ben Frost’s art is doing is, essentially, the appropriation and weaponization of imagery against the same system that gave birth to it.

    $397.00

  • Know Your Product Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Know Your Product Blotter Paper Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Know Your Product Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Ben Frost pop culture LSD artwork. Australian contemporary artist Ben Frost is best known for his bold, irreverent Pop Art. His instantly recognizable take on pop culture twists up everyday iconography from the world’s biggest brands. Subverting meaning and messages from the mainstream media, Frost’s scything commentary on advertising, entertainment, and politics is both confronting and controversial. The essence of Frost’s commentary is established on the basis of subverting the meaning and the messages, promoted by the mainstream media. In other words and, as he has stated in the past: “The less you fill your mind with the trappings of advertising and bad television, the more space you have in your brain for things of value”. At the same time, his take on modern pop culture is equally compelling. Mainstream media, advertisements, and politics can be identified as some of his main fields of interest, which he utilizes and mixes up in a controversial formation. The word controversial is not used incidentally. What Ben Frost’s art is doing is, essentially, the appropriation and weaponization of imagery against the same system that gave birth to it.

    $397.00

  • Butterfly Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    John Van Hamersveld Butterfly Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    Butterfly Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "The butterfly comes from the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band in 1968. It was a black and white drawing. Then in 2013, I did another version of it, because I was going to make a poster of it. Then it went on to become a mural and onto the blotter we see today." - John Van Hamersveld

    $382.00

  • The Big Wave Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    John Van Hamersveld The Big Wave Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    The Big Wave Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "Originally you’ll see the cat as a wave, then you’ll see the next wave, then you’ll see the print image with a slight variation, and then you’ll see the big wave we have today. " - John Van Hamersveld

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  • Liberty Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    John Van Hamersveld Liberty Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    Liberty Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. "This Statue of Liberty image was originally created for Stussy, in two different iterations. That led into the ACLU poster, which gives us the blotter that what we have today. " - John Van Hamersveld

    $382.00

  • Pinnacle Indian Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    John Van Hamersveld Pinnacle Indian Blotter Paper Archival Print by John Van Hamersveld

    Pinnacle Indian Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by John Van Hamersveld pop culture LSD artwork. With this Indian image it goes from the original poster in 1968, then to the Traffic poster, then to the Hippie Nation poster in 2007, then the image we have today as a blotter." - John Van Hamersveld

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  • Acid Test Diploma Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Zane Kesey Acid Test Diploma Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Acid Test Diploma Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Zane Kesey pop culture LSD artwork. Zane Kesey is the son of the infamous psychedelic icon and author Ken Kesey. He currently owns and operates Key-Z Productions, a small mail-order company out of Pleasant Hill Oregon. His hope is to enlighten people of their psychedelic past and to enable them to learn about the people who brought them to the present.

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  • Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Zane Kesey Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Zane Kesey pop culture LSD artwork. Zane Kesey is the son of the infamous psychedelic icon and author Ken Kesey. He currently owns and operates Key-Z Productions, a small mail-order company out of Pleasant Hill Oregon. His hope is to enlighten people of their psychedelic past, and to enable them to learn about the people who brought them to the present.

    $382.00

  • Babysitter On Acid Blotter Paper Archival Print by Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon Babysitter On Acid Blotter Paper Archival Print by Matt Gordon

    Babysitter On Acid Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Matt Gordon pop culture LSD artwork. "The Babysitter on Acid was started almost 8 years ago and I only work on it when I feel like a passenger on the bike, or I have witnessed some weird people in the woods while mountain biking. It was the first painting started after my last solo show where the character on the front of the bike "Stinkeyes" finally got paid with magic money and a dollar bill falls out of his envelope on the frantic way to the bank and subsequently ends up growing into a money tree...still writing the storyline. Anyways. "Stinkeyes" is a partier and is friends with the equally fried babysitter and that's how he got her to give him a lift...This sounds strange now that I'm writing it out, my whole last show was started after I took mushrooms and went to Disney World on New Year's Eve and Jiminy Cricket's narration of the fireworks rewired my mind and artistic path. I'm not receiving that anymore, but it was a long-lasting trip for me..." - Matt Gordon

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  • Happy Bears Blotter Paper Archival Print by Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon Happy Bears Blotter Paper Archival Print by Matt Gordon

    Happy Bears Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Matt Gordon pop culture LSD artwork. Matt Gordon is a mixed media artist who strives to make well-crafted and highly detailed acrylic paintings and pencil drawings, along with the occasional 3-D fabrication thrown in there to satisfy sculptural needs and to provide live models for things that don't really exist but need to look like they do.

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LSD

LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) or Acid is a hallucinogenic drug that has been a popular topic in various forms of art, including graffiti, street art, and pop art. Its colorful and mind-bending effects have inspired artists to create works that capture the feeling of being under the influence of the drug. In graffiti, LSD has been used as a symbol of rebellion and counterculture. Graffiti artists often use vibrant colors and bold lines to create murals that evoke the feeling of being in an altered state of consciousness. They may also incorporate images of mushrooms, stars, and other psychedelic symbols that are commonly associated with LSD. In street art, LSD has been used as a tool for social commentary. Artists may create works that comment on the drug's effects on society, such as the criminalization of drug use or the medical potential of psychedelics. They may also use LSD imagery to promote messages of peace, love, and unity. In pop art, LSD has been depicted as a cultural icon of the 1960s counterculture movement. Artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein created works that incorporated LSD imagery, such as colorful swirls and psychedelic patterns. They also used LSD as a symbol of rebellion and individualism, highlighting the drug's role in challenging social norms and conventions. LSD has been a significant theme in graffiti, street art, and pop art. Its vivid and transformative effects have inspired artists to create works that capture the feeling of being in an altered state of consciousness, while also promoting messages of rebellion, social commentary, and cultural iconography.

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