'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
Round 1 saw Mike Watt take the win with team Lady J and Lauren Zombie crowned winners of round 2.
Photos by Andrew Christie with Ballin On A Budget
As we walk into Fintan’s studio located in Marrickville, we see a space filled with miscellaneous paraphernalia. A colourful artistic mess. The artist himself greets us with a genuine and warm smile. His firm handshake pleasingly indicates balanced confidence. Those two things already tell me a lot about Fintan’s personality and my first impressions have been underpinned in our chat. The greatness and exceptionalism of an artist lies primarily in his artwork, but in the rare cases when knowing one’s value and a humble attitude becomes intertwined, the experience of being around a creator is significantly beautified.
View the full interview here http://www.ballinonabudget.tv/lifestyle/interviews/interviwing-fintan-magee-one-of-a-kind-graffiti-artist/
200 WILLIAM STREET KINGS CROSS
On exhibition until the 30th Of April 2017
Hydroponic grow room in the heart of the Australian city killed by alcohol fueled violence to demonstrate the new wave of stoners are successful members of society and spark debate about the inadequate laws turning them into criminals
Original story - http://dopamine.net.au/weed-grow-kings-cross/
"Police attended the premises to investigate the alleged hydro set up at a shopfront at Kings Cross. As the plants were not cannabis there was no further police action," a New South Wales Police spokesperson said via Mashable Australia
"Blaze lords taking the debate over medicinal and recreation cannabis to the front line" - Pedestrian TV
"One of the bolder protests" - Broadsheet Australia
"A dope'y idea" - Daily Mail Australia
Our babes Danielle Bouskila and Charli Louise take to the stage of Maxim Magazines Australian Swimwear Model of the Year 2017 at the Establishment Hotel.
Danielle is 26 years old with a mixed cultured background of Australian, Moroccan, Tunisian, Israeli and French. Danielle works full time as a Finance and Administration Officer, part time as a model and actress and is also looking to start her own label shortly. Danielle wore one of her hand made bikini set prototypes in the swimwear category of ASMY.
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