What if you rolled a joint with so much personal meaning that smoking it just felt wrong?
That’s how professional joint roller Tony Greenhand feels about his latest tokeable creation: A joint designed to look like Harambe the gorilla.
The 26-year-old Greenhand was recently commissioned to make the “doobie-us” Harambe tribute by Cannabend, a smoke shop/ dispensary in Bend, Oregon.
Tony Greenhand traveled to the Dominican Republic to perfect the technique and technology of rolling "smokeable art."
They smoke two joints in the morning. They smoke two joints at night. They'll smoke 12,000 goddamn joints if the Seahawks win on Sunday night A Seattle-based marijuana retailer says it's prepping 12,000 doobies for Seahawks supporte...
Tony Greenhand, 26, of Albany, Oregon makes pinata-like fully smokable joints that he sells for big bucks. From Vocativ: Greenhand’s client, a young and ultra-wealthy firearms enthusiast in Florida, had flown out in a private jet to...
This professional joint roller makes up to $7,000 a piece for his artistic creations, but in this video he shows you how to roll the perfect joint.