San Francisco has a rich history of experimenting with hallucinogens, from Ken Kesey’s Acid Tests in the 1960s to rumors of microdosing to improve productivity in today’s startup culture. A major representation of that history stands in the home of San Franciscan Mark McCloud, owner of the unofficial LSD Museum .
San Francisco is a town that’s lost its freak flag in recent years, but that message certainly didn’t reach Mark McCloud and his glorious collection of 30k hits of acid. You see, in a City well-known to have forgotten its past in order to build a brighter (but lamer) future, Mr. McCloud has found a unique way to fully preserve the glory days of the hippy era and he’s creating some pretty gnarly art out of it.
There’s a guy in San Francisco who has more than 33,000 sheets of LSD in his house. Just how many more isn’t clear, because no one’s done an inventory since the feds last tried to bust him 13
Jun 28, 2012 · Throughout the museum are artifacts referencing or paying tribute to the father of LSD, Albert Hofmann. A Swiss scientist born in 1906, Hofmann was the original tripper.
San Francisco’s Hidden LSD Museum krystiangraba ( 44 ) in lsd • last year San Francisco is a town that’s lost its freak flag in recent years, but that message certainly didn’t reach Mark McCloud and his glorious collection of 30k hits of acid.
Since the 1970s, McCloud has collected more than 33,000 sheets of LSD, which he carefully frames and displays in his Institute of Illegal Images.
The Beat Museum San Francisco will forever be associated with certain things — fog, cable cars, and earthquakes all come to mind. Near the top of that list sits the Beat movement, which in 1950s
Mar 05, 2016 · Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city’s premier shopping and entertainment district
Location: 449 Powell St, San Francisco, CA
Get to know the original hipsters of San Francisco at this unique museum, and read, drink, and get merry just as they did back in the 1950s. Get to know the original hipsters at this unique museum in San Francisco, and read, drink, and get merry just as they did back in the 1950s.
San Francisco JP Cavender June 26, 2015 0 With the opening date perfectly timed with the Grateful Dead concerts, an exhibit of LSD blotter paper art has opened in San Francisco.
The Tenderloin Museum THE TENDERLOIN, SAN FRANCISCO. You think you know the TL, but you have no idea. This museum tells the story of the neighborhood from 1906 to present, including stories of the artists and activists who shaped the neighborhood.
Sep 03, 2018 · Had a great Bad**s Bit**es tour with Kate at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco on April 14. She is an entertaining and energetic guide who made the time fly by too quickly. We learned a lot of amazing things today about BBs.
San Francisco, California Institute of Illegal Images Museum befitting the city responsible for supplying the majority of the world’s LSD.
May 31, 2016 · Silicon Valley has had a special relationship with acid for years. In this film, WIRED visits the Institute of Illegal Images to explore its collection of blotter paper art and hears why – to