Digital drug collection?
We will soon release our first NFT(Non-fungible tokens) collection. This will include limited editions of selected works that you can collect. Finally you can have your own legal "drug collection".

By buying these NFT collectibles you will also help support relevant organisations within this field. 40% of the profits is going to non-profit organisations working within the field of psychedelic research and drug policy reform.

Buying an NFC does not however give you exclusive usage rights in any way. We believe these images and graphics should be available to as many people as possible and the images shown here are free to use for any organisations or individuals that want to use them on social media, news articles, event graphics etc.
What is NFT?
An NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and videos. They are bought and sold online, frequently with cryptocurrency, and they are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptos.
Why would I buy an NFT?
People have many different reasons for buying NFT's. Some just like to collect, others use them as a form of investment, trying to speculate on the markets.

In this case you will get the rights to limited runs of images and graphics to collect, show off, trade etc. and at the same time help a good cause with a lot of the profits being funnelled into relevant organisations in need of funding.
How can I use these images?
We try to release as much as possible 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.
How to download?
1. Click on the picture you like to zoom in on it.
2. Right click on the image and choose the option 'Save Image as'
Need them in full resolution?
The images here should be high enough resolution for most purposes, but if you need to have the full resolution images for some reason you can find the most popular ones on our unsplash page. If you cant find the image you want there contact us at and we will send you the original.
These images were intended as part of a campaign. Unfortunately the campaign was never launched properly, but we decided to post them here in case anyone want to use them for other projects. The images are not taken by us, but the modifications to them are done by us. The original images were released under creative commons 3.0 and the free right use applies to these edited versions as well.
Visual replications