Viaje al Blotter Art- Trip to Blotter Art

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    Desde que fue sintetizado en laboratorio en 1938 por Albert Hofmann y posteriormente utilizado para el tratamiento de trastornos de personalidad y depresión; o ingerido con propósitos lúdicos, el LSD ha sido ligado con la cultura underground del momento.
    Fué después de ser declarado sustancia prohibida en el año 1966, que los encargados de seguir con el negocio en la clandestinidad, los camellos, quisieron que sus clientes distinguieran unos tripis de otros- todos querían que su mercancía sobresaliera de las demás- y que en caso de que la policía les pillara con la droga en el bolsillo, la multa fuera menor.

    Normalmente el LSD se distribuía en cápsulas o bien en terrones de azúcar donde previamente se vertían unas gotas de ácido. Las multas por posesión iban en función del peso de la cantidad que se portara encima. Esto llevó a que se pensara en el papel secante como una forma más sencilla de transportar la sustancia y que en caso de intervención policial, el castigo fuera notoriamente inferior.

    El “blotter paper” era el tipo de papel utilizado para escritura con tinta. Láminas de este papel, perforadas, marcando cada una de las porciones de “tripi” que contenían, adornadas con dibujos de todo tipo comenzaban a llamar la atención de coleccionistas de arte. Había todo un movimiento alrededor de estas láminas. El propósito era que como distribuidor de LSD, la clientela distinguiera los tripis que procedían de uno u otro químico. Eran estos los que acababan eligiendo la imagen que “daba color al viaje”, la imagen salía a la calle con cada una de las remesas.
    De láminas de aquellos tiempos y otros más cercanos, están empapeladas las paredes del Institute of Illegal Images- Instituto de las Imágenes Ilegales” de Mark McCloud. La colección de “Blotter Art” más grande del mundo.

    https://blotterbarn.com/iii.html


    Ever since it was synthesised in a laboratory in 1938 by Albert Hofmann and subsequently used for the treatment of personality disorders and depression, or ingested for recreational purposes, LSD has been linked with the underground culture of the day.
    It was after it was declared a banned substance in 1966 that the underground dealers wanted their customers to distinguish one tripi from another - they all wanted their merchandise to stand out from the rest - so that if the police caught them with the drug in their pockets, they would be fined less.

    LSD was usually distributed in capsules or in sugar cubes with a few drops of acid poured on them. Fines for possession depended on the weight of the quantity carried. This led to blotter paper being considered as a simpler way of transporting the substance and, in the event of police intervention, the punishment would be significantly less.

    Blotter paper was the type of paper used for writing with ink. Sheets of this paper, perforated, marking each of the portions of "tripi" they contained, adorned with drawings of all kinds, began to attract the attention of art collectors. There was a whole movement around these sheets. The purpose was that as a dealer of LSD, the clientele would distinguish the tripis that came from one chemical or another. They were the ones who ended up choosing the image that "gave colour to the trip", the image that went out on the street with each of the shipments.
    The walls of Mark McCloud's "Institute of Illegal Images" are papered with prints from those times and other more recent ones. The largest collection of "Blotter Art" in the world.

    https://blotterbarn.com/iii.html

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