Unique and Limited Blotter Art
What Is Blotter Art?
Blotter art is one of underground America's most important and misunderstood forms of folk art. Blotter art started out as the artwork that drug dealers used to drop liquid LSD onto so that they may easily sell the drug. After some time, art lovers began to understand the value of this art form and started to collect and preserve the unsaturated artwork. Since then, blotter art has become the eclectic choice of art.
Why Do You Sell Blotter Art?
We feel that blotter art is a very important art form. Blotter art tells the story of a once active psychedelic underground movement. The use of repetitive iconography can be seen in many genres of art, most notably those works created by Andy Warhol. All the blotter art we sell is manufactured strictly as art and is not manufactured as a vehicle for controlled substances. Our art's similarity to illegal blotter acid is purely aesthetic and no attempt has been made to mimic it otherwise.
Is Blotter Art Illegal?
No. Blotter art is not illegal. Blotter art is art. However, LSD is illegal and therefore, there is no LSD present on any of our artwork. Our recommendation is that you frame this art and keep it at home on display. Also, if you try to sell or even give away this artwork as if it were real LSD you can be arrested and convicted of possession and distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, even though the artwork contains no illegal substance. Therefore, we recommend that only those who enjoy and appreciate these items for their artistic value bother to purchase them. We accept no responsibility for the misuse of purchased items. Visit Tree Huggers Co-op for a large selection of collectible artwork and poster.