'Artists hide ‘cannabis plants’ around Sydney CBD for 420 protest' Via Dopamine
'The plants are also there to encourage people to attend the upcoming Hemp Health and Innovation expo on May 12-13, which is a conference centred on having those conversations about weed. This year, the conference is asking the question “who are we hurting?”, in the hope that people will turn up and engage with the actual benefits and harms of cannabis, rather than the stigma the plant has developed.' Via Junkee
'People are in desperate need of more information about this incredible plant," said Michelle Crain, HHI Expo Founder. "We hope that by posing the question, 'Who are we hurting?’ we are able to spread awareness & create conversations around the many uses the cannabis and hemp plants offer.' Via Beat Magazine
“The sad fact is everybody knows that cannabis isn’t nearly as bad for people as, say, alcohol or cigarettes," said Craze in a statement. "But no-one wants to talk about it because it has such a stigma. We’re just hoping to get people talking” Via Mashable
Media by Adam Scarf, Stefan Petrov & Styling By T
Ballin On A Budget and Craze Collective explore Nimbin Mardigrass 2017.
Featuring Darryn Hinch, Andrew Kavasilas & Max Stone.
We’ve legalised medicinal cannabis but is it time to legalise the recreational kind?
The Project speak to Greens Leader Richard Di Natale about their new policy supporting the move.
April Fools Concept
Learn to make moss graffiti after the jump.
These Safe x Craze™ silicone mats measure 40cm in diameter.
Dab mats, also known as dab pads, are heat resistant surface protection mats. A dab mat is often placed under a dab rig to protect surfaces from the sticky, oily, waxy residue that often falls or drips off a dab nail. The non-stick capabilities help keep wastage to a minimum and make these great for use while cooking.
For this collab, we teamed up with the crew at Ego to create a one of a kind giant T-shirt. The 3 x 3.5 Meter (1 storey) over-sized Noveltee featured both the B.O.B & Craze Co logos as well as the official Ego mascot character birthed by Perth artist Handbrake.
OFFICIAL EGO EXPO BANDANAS
For our 2nd collaboration, we got together again with the organizers of Ego, Ballin On A Budget, AUDollar$, Little Jase, Two Wrongs & Safe Clothing to create 4500 official giveaway bandanas that match the Noveltee and feature the expo mascot by Handbrake.
For our 3rd collaboration, we teamed up with Australia’s biggest and best arcade video game bar, Bartronica, to invite patrons to test their skills on a variety of retro style arcade games on free play at our expo booth.
For our 4th and final collaboration, we teamed up with Melbourne fashion designer Andy Truong to create tailored T-shirts made completely out of Ego bandanas.
Helping Hoops images by Lauri Jean Photography
Mural by Phibs & George Rose
Episode 08 of the Paint Will Spill Tour sees Secret Walls return to Sydney.