The Art of XTC exhibition

In the vast landscape of Dutch expertise, crafting XTC pills stands out as a skill we’ve truly mastered. With an array of designs that span from the iconic Donald Trump-shaped pills to the whimsical Hello Kitty and even Heineken-themed ones, Dutch dealers offer an unparalleled variety, making XTC synonymous with our party scene. It is the nation’s favorite party drug after all.  

Poppi Drugs Museum recently collaborated on an exploration into the marketing behind Dutch XTC pills through the “Art of XTC” show. This collaborative project between Poppi Drugs Museum, Adam Fierman, and Peter Andrew Lusztyk took place at Vrij Paleis from January 17th to 21st. It wasn’t just an exhibition showcasing the cool aesthetics of XTC pills; it delved into the clandestine artistry that defines Dutch XTC pill branding within the underground market. 

Poppi Drugs Museum, known for challenging conventional narratives, took on the mission of opening minds and shattering taboos about drugs. The seamless synergy with artists Adam and Peter aligns perfectly with Poppi’s commitment to providing honest and responsible education about drugs. 

The opening night on January 19th radiated a unique and positive energy, featuring a “High on Life” cuddle ceremony and a DJ set by one of Poppi’s very own. This event went beyond displaying the captivating work of Adam and Peter; it became a platform for Poppi to advocate for harm reduction and safety in a safe, enjoyable, and open atmosphere. Oh, and we hear some of you brought your own pill to showcase and be photographed…! 

“Art of XTC” isn’t just an exhibition; it’s a living testament to Poppi’s dedication to collecting stories, facts, and diverse perspectives on drugs. By fostering a secure space for learning and discussion, Poppi empowers individuals and advocates for drug policies that prioritize human dignity, health, and public safety. 

Have you seen our other works? Check out our XTC-shop exhibition!  

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