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10 Beautifully Creative Pieces Of Cannabis-Inspired Art

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From pottery to painting, sculpting to welding, art comes in an innumerable amount of forms, and is interpreted with just as much variation. Art speaks to humanity’s ability to be individualistic, not only in creation, but in interpretation. Some artists define the era they lived in with their art, others create solely for personal catharsis, one thing that doesn’t change in art is it’s ability to move people, and bring them together to feel a common emotion. Check out some of the cannabis-inspired art that we felt inspired us!

1. Now this is a tree that I could get used to hanging out with.


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2. A lil’ bit more peace in the world might just be what we need, and I think the artist has an idea how to get there…


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3. This one honestly took me a second, I spent too much time paying attention to the little details to see the true message.


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4. Hey, art comes in many forms, so I declare that food can be art too, dammit!


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5. This looks like something that someone could have picked up from Cheech and Chong’s Truck in Nice Dreams!


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6. This elephant has already been hitting it pretty hard, but he shows no end in sight!


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7. Now that’s a lawn I would enjoy mowing!


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8. The elegant contrast of the black and white accents the shapes’ forms in an exhilarating way. (Those are some dope jellyfish)


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9. Now this is the type of art I love to look at, especially when I’m baked, the colors are amaaazing!


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10. The Force is strong with this one.


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Art comes in too many forms to count, and they all speak to people in their own unique way. These are just some of the amazing pieces that spoke to us, what do you think? Do you have any art (or artists) that you think identify the aesthetic of cannabis with their art? Share in the comments!

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