Psychedelic Art From Science Textbooks

50 Watts has a jaw-dropping collection of seemingly hallucinogen-inspired illustrations culled from 1970s science textbooks, revealing striking new ways of understanding biology, psychology, and sex ed concepts. School was truly trippy back then. Most of the art come from materials published by Communications Research Machines, including their titles Life and Heath, Psychology Today, and Developmental Psychology Today.

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  • Anonymous

    The picture on the right… is that the internet I keep hearing about?

  • SF2K01

    The picture on the right… is that the internet I keep hearing about?

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