TheTripatourium

Limited Edition, Small Batch Artisanal LSD Blotter Art

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About TheTripatourium

Sales 171
On Etsy since 2023

So where ya been for the lwo decades ...

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  • Alex Pearlstein

    Owner, Grand Poobah, Techno~Shaman

  • Rev. Samuel

    Artistic Visionary, Designer

    Rev. Samuel was born 300 years ago at the foothills of the Carpathian mountains. His mother was a local village woman & his father was the "Black Bear of the Woods," a name he would never live down until his untimely demise at the end of a pitchfork.

  • Ray The Pressman

    Pressman

    Ray the pressman is a man of few words, but his actions speak volumes. He is a master of his craft, and his work is evident in the high-quality print perforations that he produces. He has no fear of the presses snapping jaws and has tamed the beast.

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Frequently asked questions

Are there any drugs on this?

No, this is a form of folk art called vanity blotter art. There is only ink on them.