Pretty Drug Things is an art project on the perception of drugs as well as a community database of images and graphics freely shared to the public. It explores different visual aesthetics and marketing techniques used in either promoting or demonising different psychoactive substances in our society.
Everything is under Creative Commons, you may use the images and graphics on this site freely
Everything on this site is under creative commons. You may use it as you please. We especially hope that organisation working on drug reform policy will find some use for these images. If you are an organisation, blogger, journalist or anyone else that see some relevance in this to your own work feel free to use these images for whatever you want. You are free to put your logo on any pictures and promote them as your own without giving credits, but we do of course appreciate being credited by linking back to this site.
Want to contribute?
If you are a designer or photographer that wants to share your designs/pictures you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may send them anonymously or with name/link if you want credit. By sending pictures to this site you agree to release them under creative commons. Everything posted on this site should be your own or made with royalty free images so that others might share them freely. If you need high quality I highly recommend using www.unsplash.com. All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash. I have used unsplash or similar services in my work on this sited the same license applies here.
We live in a day and age where anyone can post things online and present it as facts(this site is no exception) and it is essential that we as individuals are able to question our sources and dig deeper then headlines in mainstream media. I hope this content makes some people think, study and question status quo.