Brian Blomerth's Bicycle Day

Brian Blomerth (Author) Dennis McKenna (Foreword by)

Product Details

$30.00  $27.60
Anthology Editions
Publish Date
June 25, 2019
6.1 X 0.8 X 9.0 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author

Brian Blomerth is an illustrator, cartoonist and musician based in Brooklyn. His previous publications--released via Anthology Editions, Tan & Loose, and through his own Pupsintrouble Press--include the zines Xak's Wax, iPhone 64: A User's Guide, and Hypermaze. A veteran of the underground music and arts scene whose work has graced numerous album covers, Blomerth also produces comics which appear weekly in Vice and Merry Jane. His first book Brian Blomerth's Bicycle Day was published in 2019.
Dennis McKenna is a renowned ethnopharmacologist and author. Since the 1970s, he has been a leading thinker on and advocate for the study and responsible use of psychedelics. Along with his brother Terence, McKenna co-authored 1975's The Invisible Landscape, perhaps the seminal text on hallucinogenic drugs. A founding board member of the Heffter Research Institute and an advisor and lecturer for numerous other scientific organizations, McKenna has been an authoritative voice on plant hallucinogens for more than four decades. His most recent book The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss, a memoir of his journeys with his late brother, was published in 2012.


Renowned for combining classic underground art styles with irreverent witty visuals, Blomerth has developed a cult following for his zines, comics, band posters and album covers. -Juxtapoz (4/18/19)
Combining the extraordinary true story of the discovery of LSD with the artist's own whimsically gritty and timeless comic style, the book offers a charming, Technicolor adventure filled with painstakingly-researched tidbits of information, and the artist's signature dog/human hybrid characters narrating every page. -Creative Boom (5/7/2019)
Blomerth details the entire psychedelic saga with ebullient art and accurate historical details. Plus, there's no page numbers, which imbibes the book with this hypnagogic feel. You can breeze right through it, or get stuck on a single spread for a few hours. It'll dose your peepers vicariously! -Merry Jane 8/26/2019