Our strain of the month in Dope Magazine’s November 2015 issue is Koffee, bred by Washington local, Kaya (@PacificNWRootz). Read the review here…Read more "Kaya’s Koffee: Strain of the Month"
Dawgstar was one of the first licensed recreational grows in Seattle, bringing strains like Blueberry Cheesecake, UW Purple and Jesus to the Washington recreational market. Here’s a look inside their garden.. Read more at dawgstar.comRead more "Dawgstar Recreational Cannabis Facility"
4.19.2015 – For the 4th annual Dope Cup we decided to take it back to the location of the 2nd Dope Cup (my personal favorite), 7 Point Studios! This was my fourth year shooting the Dope Cup and it’s been amazing watching it grow so rapidly. Dope sets the bar higher and higher each event and […]Read more "The 4th Annual Dope Cup"
Soldiers of Jah Army (SOJA) perform at Marymoor Park as a part of the Soulshine festival.Read more "SOJA"
Functional glass art from artists Erin Bourguignon, Finn Tollefson and Norman Griswold out of 7 Point Studios in Seattle. EBZ Glass and Finn Tollefson Collab EBZ Glass EBZ Glass & Stormin’ Norman Collab EBZ Glass Pipe and SherlockRead more "EBZ Glass Collabs"
Quave Glass’s Sea Glass Series and Quave Glass & N8 Mier’s CollabRead more "Quave Glass"
The first time in the U.S. a non-affiliated gallery exhibited a show with exclusively functional glass art. Art history in the making! Legendary glass artists were shown including Ease, Buck, Patrick Stratis, Dosher, Nathan Aweida, LaceFace, Voorhees, Germ, Ryno, Coyle, Robert Mickelson, Alex Ubatuba, Matt Eskuche, Banjo, Rob Morrison, Ari Rom, Hitman, Zach Puchowitz, Marble […]Read more "Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe"
Custom made Voorhees oil rig with Heady Ti skillet …and the lucky new owner 🙂Read more "Voorhees Glass"
Dale Chihuly, being born and raised in Tacoma, WA, has just opened his newest garden and glass exhibit at the Seattle Center. On this 1.5 acre plot, he developed an exhibition hall and garden all centered around a glass conservatory containing a 100-foot long sculpture that is one of Chihuly’s largest suspended sculptures. “Glass Forest” […]Read more "Chihuly Garden & Glass"