From Chthaeus Press
Maria Sabina is the curandera from southern Mexico attributed to first helping introduce the West to the use of psiloc(yb)in-containing mushrooms, which she called her niñitos, or “little children.” A devout catholic, Sabina asked in her later years that outsiders learn to respect the mushrooms she had worked with throughout her life as she feared they were being misused abroad. This image, designed by Peter McCoy, is a nod to that request and a reminder of this important elder in the history of psychoactive fungi. Black ink printed on durable chrome (reflective) vinyl.
- 3 x 4 x 0 inches