Fifty Years Underground: LSD Prohibition Began October 6, 1966

Haight-Ashbury Blotter ArtOctober 6, 2016 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the first law to prohibit use and possession of LSD. In the Haight the heads organized the Love Pageant Rally.

Fifty Years Furthur

Fifty years ago today, author Ken Kesey and his friends took a cross-country voyage that changed the world. Their destination? Furthur! 

Albert Hofmann Signed "Polaroids" With Molecule Drawings

Albert Hofmann signed LSD & Psilocybin Molecule Drawing on Polaroid available for a very limited time. 

Alex Grey, Purple Geezus and the Church of the Little Green Man

Alex Grey Purple Jesus Nine Panel Blotter Art
Alex Grey's Purple Jesus print may be the most memorable blotter art print of all time.

Bicycle Day and 4/20 at the Regency Ballroom With Alex and Allyson Grey

Alex and Allyson Grey Bicycle Day Regency 2014
Saturday April 19, 2014, Alex and Allyson Grey will be hosting their annual Bicycle Day party -- this time at the beautiful Regency Ballroom.

San Francisco To Host First Annual Bicycle Day Parade

First Annual Bicycle Day Parade Poster by Michael Divien

San Francisco to host First Annual Bicycle Day Parade on April 19, 2014 in Golden Gate Park.

Art by Michael Divine.

Timothy Leary Signed Profile Recently Acquired

Signed Timothy Leary Profile Blotter Art
I recently acquired a Timothy Leary Profile blotter art print hand-signed by Leary for Mark McCloud's Institute of Illegal Images.

New Mark McCloud Interview

Vice Magazine has published a new article on Mark McCloud, the man known as The Godfather of Blotter Art.

"Owsley and Me: My LSD Family" San Francisco Book Reading

Rhoney Stanley, the author of the memoir "Owsley and Me: My LSD Family", will be appearing tomorrow night (April 2, 2014) at 7pm at the Beat Museum in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. She'll be joined by musician, radio host and author David Gans, well known for his syndicated radio show "The Grateful Dead Hour." (Blotter Art image by Mike DuBois, created for the Owsley Stanley Foundation.)