Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs

Edition of 250 copies
Co-published by the Garage and Flat Fix

The book was first published at the beginning of the "War on Drugs" and used as an educational tract by law enforcement visiting American schools. The book's tabloid, double-sided pages feature bold, colorful and comical illustrations of various drugs, their dangers and effects, along with a text script for presentation, full of period drug slang. Held in a large three-ring binder, the book is able to lay flat or stand upright on a table, as an easel for display or presentation.

Contents and Specifications:

18 x 11 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches (46 x 29 x 4 cm)
Easel binder, black textured vinyl, gold foil vinyl title, velcro closure

11 x 17 inches (28 x 43 cm), hole-punched
270 gsm (100 lb.) Mohawk Superfine White Eggshell cover paper
43 double-sided sheets, 86 pages, illustrations verso, text recto

10% of all proceeds donated to:

The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), the leading drug policy reform organization working to end the war on drugs, and to enact reparative justice and restitution for communities harmed by the war on drugs.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF), America’s top legal firm fighting for racial justice.

The Last Prisoner Project, a team of cannabis industry leaders, criminal and social justice advocates, policy and education experts, and leaders in social justice and drug policy reform dedicated to freeing every last prisoner of the unjust war on drugs, starting with the estimated 40,000 individuals imprisoned for cannabis.

To make a purchase, please go to The Garage.