Cannabis Marijuana & Weed

12 artworks


  • Dab Devil- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Dab Devil- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Dab Devil- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Tasmanian Devil Loony Toons Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Dab Devil- Oversized Edition embodies the confluence of pop culture and the audacious spirit of street art, brought to life by the acclaimed Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. Through this artwork, Frost masterfully integrates the iconic Tasmanian Devil from Loony Toons into a contemporary context, sparking a dialogue about societal norms, juxtapositions, and the constantly evolving nature of art. Crafted using archival pigment, this piece not only showcases the brilliance of the artwork's theme but also emphasizes a meticulous approach to ensuring the longevity and vibrancy of each detail. Printed on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper, it further elevates the quality of the work, enhancing the richness of colors and the sharpness of details. Such a medium is known to breathe life into artworks, ensuring each piece resonates with its intended message and allure. The choice of Tasmanian Devil against the backdrop of marijuana drug tests is a bold, possibly cheeky, commentary on popular culture and its intersection with contemporary issues. 2021 saw this masterpiece released as a signed and numbered edition, limited to only 25 prints. This limitation accentuates its exclusivity and value in the world of art collectors and enthusiasts alike. With Dab Devil- Oversized Edition, Ben Frost invites viewers to immerse themselves in a world where traditional cartoon nostalgia meets modern-day themes. It's a testament to the artist's ability to challenge perceptions, compel introspection, and celebrate the dynamism of pop, street, and graffiti art.

    $1,204.99

  • It's Not Easy Being Green- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost It's Not Easy Being Green- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    It's Not Easy Being Green- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Kermit the Frog Muppets Jim Henson Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper It's Not Easy Being Green- Oversized Edition is an artistic commentary that resonates deeply with the ethos of modern pop art, combining elements of popular culture with an undercurrent of societal observations. Crafted by the adept hands of Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost, this artwork fuses the beloved character Kermit the Frog from Jim Henson's Muppets with the contrasting backdrop of marijuana drug tests. This juxtaposition prompts viewers to delve into the intricacies of societal acceptance, media influence, and cultural evolution. Utilizing archival pigment for the creation, Ben Frost ensures that the vibrancy and sharpness of the piece remain untouched by the ravages of time. The texture and richness of the 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper further enhance the visual experience, providing a canvas that complements the intricacies of the artwork. The decision to use such premium paper speaks to the intent of producing a work that is not just visually appealing but is also a tactile delight. Released in 2021, this limited-edition piece is restricted to 25 prints, each bearing the artist's signature, marking its authenticity. With It's Not Easy Being Green- Oversized Edition, Ben Frost continues to challenge conventions, pushing the boundaries of street art and pop culture commentary. This piece is a testament to the evolving dynamics of street and graffiti art, showcasing how modern artists leverage pop culture icons to voice deeper societal narratives.

    $1,204.99

  • Bugged Out- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Bugged Out- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Bugged Out- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. Warner Brothers Loony Toons Bugs Bunny Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Size: 20 x 20 Inches Release: November 26, 2021 Run of: 25 It is not random that a great portion of his art consists of appropriated imagery of animations, just like the Looney Tunes which are placed into a new artistic context, without losing their original connotations. This visual re-branding of such imagery, that Frost is displaying in his work, is nostalgic enough in order for us to feel instantly familiar with it, but, at the same time, disturbing, so that it grabs our attention and we cannot help but focus on it.

    $1,204.99

  • Bugged Out Original Acrylic Painting by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Bugged Out Original Acrylic Painting by Ben Frost

    Bugged Out Original One of a Kind Acrylic Painting Artwork on Marijuana Test Packaging by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. Signed Original Warner Brothers Loony Toons Bugs Bunny Weed Tests Acrylic on At-Home Marijuana Drug Test Box Size: 7.3125 x 5.375 Inches Release: November 26, 2021 Depicting Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes Cartoon TV Fame on a Real upcycled Marijuana Drug Test Box. Ben Frost's innovative artistry consistently pushes the boundaries of contemporary street and graffiti art. A prime example of this can be found in his "Bugged Out" piece, an original acrylic painting masterfully created on an actual at-home marijuana drug test package. This intriguing artwork measures 7.3125 x 5.375 inches and was unveiled on November 26, 2021. Drawing from the rich pop culture tapestry, Frost chose to depict the iconic Bugs Bunny from Warner Brothers' beloved Looney Tunes series. The mischievous smile and familiar pose of the cartoon rabbit is instantly recognizable, offering a dash of nostalgia. However, it's the contrast of this playful character with the serious undertones of a marijuana drug test that creates a powerful visual and conceptual juxtaposition. This choice stimulates conversation about societal norms, substance use, and the evolving landscape of popular culture. Using an upcycled drug test box as his canvas, Frost challenges the traditional paradigms of art. It speaks to the ethos of street and graffiti art, where unconventional mediums are often embraced to make bold statements. The decision to pair Bugs Bunny with this particular backdrop is not merely aesthetic; it invites viewers to ponder the interplay between recreational substances and the entertainment world and how perceptions change over time. In "Bugged Out", Ben Frost has once again demonstrated his uncanny ability to intertwine cultural icons with contemporary issues, delivering a piece that resonates on multiple levels and solidifying his reputation as a visionary in street art.

    $4,234.99

  • Baked Lasagna- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Baked Lasagna- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Baked Lasagna- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Garfield Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Baked Lasagna- Oversized Edition by Ben Frost is an impressive representation of contemporary art, merging elements of pop culture with the bold and vivid techniques commonly found in street and graffiti art. Created with meticulous attention to detail, this piece utilizes archival pigment to ensure the longevity and vibrancy of the artwork, making it a cherished piece for collectors and art enthusiasts alike. Printed on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper, the artwork not only stands out for its content but also for the quality of the medium used. Somerset Hot Press is renowned for capturing the fine details and nuances of color, ensuring that every inch of the artwork is presented in full glory. The choice of such a fine art paper is a testament to the artist's dedication to presenting his work in the best possible light. Drawing inspiration from popular culture, Ben Frost has incorporated the iconic character Garfield into this artwork. The piece titled "Garfield Signed & Numbered Weed Tests" showcases the orange tabby in an unconventional light, emphasizing the juxtaposition between childhood nostalgia and the gritty reality of street art. Released on November 26, 2021, this limited edition print has a run of only 25, making it a sought-after item for collectors. Street art, graffiti, and pop art have long been avenues for artists to comment on societal norms, popular culture, and the human experience. Ben Frost's Baked Lasagna- Oversized Edition seamlessly bridges the gap between these genres. By employing a well-known character like Garfield, Frost challenges viewers to re-evaluate their perceptions and find deeper meaning in what might initially appear as a simple pop art piece. It's a testament to the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary art and the artists who push its boundaries.

    $1,204.99

  • Puff, Puff, Pass Blotter Paper Archival Print by Skel

    Skel Puff, Puff, Pass Blotter Paper Archival Print by Skel

    Puff, Puff, Pass Limited Edition Fine Art Blotter Paper Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Modern Pop Artist Skel. 2022 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 50 Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2022 Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey.

    $397.99

  • Sit There Groovin On It Blotter Paper Archival Print by Skel

    Skel Sit There Groovin On It Blotter Paper Archival Print by Skel

    Sit There Groovin On It Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Skel pop culture LSD artwork. Archival Pigment Print on Perforated Blotter Paper Size: 7.5 x 7.5 Inches Release: April 19, 2021 Limited blotter editions are hand-perforated by Zane Kesey & may vary slightly from the example shown.

    $397.99

  • Bud Heads- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Bud Heads- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Bud Heads- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Bevis & Butthead MTV Cartoon Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper "Bud Heads- Oversized Edition" is a distinctive contribution to the ever-evolving landscape of modern pop art, offering a visual narrative that weaves together iconic elements of 90s pop culture with contemporary societal observations. Pioneered by the celebrated Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost, this piece seamlessly merges the animated misfits Beavis and Butt-Head from the famed MTV cartoon series with the intriguing background of marijuana drug tests. Such a synthesis beckons viewers to contemplate the juxtaposition of nostalgic television and the modern dialogues surrounding recreational drug use. Executed with the precision and clarity of archival pigment, this work promises longevity in its brilliance and detail. The canvas of choice, the 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper, elevates the visual allure, providing a medium that truly mirrors the piece's artistic intentions and intricate details. This paper, known for its impeccable texture and ability to capture delicate nuances, becomes an apt stage for these iconic characters to converse with the observer. With its 2021 release, "Bud Heads- Oversized Edition" is a treasure limited to only 25 prints, ensuring its exclusivity. Every piece is authenticated with Ben Frost's signature, affirming its originality. As with his other masterpieces, Frost here showcases his prowess in blending classic television icons with current societal themes, carving a niche in the interstice of street art, pop culture, and contemporary discourse. It's an artwork that resonates, provoking thought while offering a generous dose of nostalgia.

    $1,204.99

  • Blotto- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Blotto- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Blotto- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Otto Simpsons Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Blotto- Oversized Edition is a quintessential representation of the seamless blend between pop culture and the raw energy of street art, masterfully curated by the notable Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. Through this evocative piece, Frost has encapsulated the essence of the evergreen character Otto from the Simpsons, placed against the context of marijuana drug tests. This juxtaposition offers a thought-provoking insight into society's evolving values, acceptance, and the intricate web of popular media's influence on perceptions. Produced using archival pigment, this artwork is not just a visual treat but is crafted to withstand the test of time. Every nuance, every shade, is rendered with acute precision, ensuring that the piece remains as vibrant and impactful years down the line as it is today. Printed on the luxurious 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper, the artwork's depth and intricacy are accentuated, giving it a tactile feel that is both premium and immersive. The year 2021 saw the unveiling of this masterpiece, limited to a special edition of 25 prints. Each of these is signed and numbered, making them a prized possession for collectors and enthusiasts of art. With Blotto- Oversized Edition, Ben Frost offers an intriguing perspective, urging viewers to reflect upon the cultural shifts, the humor, ironies, and the underlying messages that popular media and street art often convey, sometimes overtly and at times with nuanced subtlety.

    $1,204.99

  • Bud Heads Original Acrylic Painting by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Bud Heads Original Acrylic Painting by Ben Frost

    Bud Heads Original One of a Kind Acrylic Painting Artwork on Marijuana Test Packaging by Popular Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed Original Bevis & Butthead MTV Cartoon Weed Tests Acrylic on At-Home Marijuana Drug Test Box Size: 7.3125 x 5.375 Inches Release: November 26, 2021 Depicting Bevis & Butthead from MTV Cartoon TV Fame on a Real upcycled Marijuana Drug Test Box. Ben Frost, a renowned street graffiti artist, has long been acclaimed for his unique approach to pop art. His ability to infuse contemporary culture with iconic imagery has made his artwork resonate with enthusiasts and critics alike. In 2021, Frost unveiled a piece that is both nostalgic and thought-provoking: an original acrylic painting on a genuine at-home marijuana drug test package. This piece measures 7.3125 x 5.375 inches and was officially released on November 26, 2021. What makes this artwork especially captivating is the portrayal of Beavis & Butthead, the infamous duo from MTV's hit cartoon series. Their caricatured expressions, combined with the thematic context of the drug test, create a satirical commentary on pop culture, substance use, and societal norms. By employing an actual upcycled marijuana drug test box as his canvas, Frost challenges the boundaries between street art and everyday objects, blurring the lines between the mundane and the artistic. Frost's choice of Beavis & Butthead, figures deeply embedded in 90s culture, taps into a sense of nostalgia. Yet, by juxtaposing them with the marijuana drug test, he also prompts a dialogue about changing perceptions of cannabis and its place in popular culture. The artwork serves as a testament to how iconic characters can be reimagined in unexpected contexts, sparking fresh conversations. This piece is emblematic of the transformative power of street and graffiti art. By taking everyday objects and recontextualizing them, artists like Ben Frost challenge societal perceptions and encourage viewers to question the world around them. His "Bud Heads" piece on the marijuana test packaging is not just a tribute to a beloved cartoon duo but a profound commentary on the shifting cultural landscape.

    $4,234.99

  • Meeowie Wowie- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Meeowie Wowie- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Meeowie Wowie- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. 2021 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 25 Artwork Size 20x20 Sylvester Loony Toons Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Meeowie Wowie- Oversized Edition is a captivating artistic expression, blending iconic pop culture references with the audacious and vibrant strokes characteristic of street and graffiti art. Crafted by the renowned Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost, this artwork stands as a testament to the evolution of contemporary art, where boundaries are consistently pushed, and the unconventional becomes the new norm. Executed with archival pigment, the piece is a manifestation of dedication to both content and quality. Every brushstroke, every hue, is preserved in its most accurate form, ensuring that the artwork remains timeless in its appeal. This commitment to quality is further accentuated by the choice of 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper, a medium that highlights details and colors, adding depth and dimension to the artwork. The depiction of Sylvester from the Loony Toons, juxtaposed against a backdrop of marijuana drug tests, is a bold commentary on popular culture, societal norms, and perhaps the interplay of innocence and maturity. The title "Meeowie Wowie" further plays on this duality, bridging the feline character and the artwork's theme. Released in 2021, this piece has been limited to a signed and numbered edition of just 25, ensuring its exclusivity. Ben Frost's work in the Meeowie Wowie- Oversized Edition compels viewers to look beyond the surface, to find meaning in the seemingly mundane, and to appreciate the beauty in contrasts. In doing so, Frost reaffirms the transformative power of art and its ability to challenge, inspire, and captivate.

    $1,204.99

  • Sideshow Buzz- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Ben Frost Sideshow Buzz- Oversized Edition Archival Print by Ben Frost

    Sideshow Buzz- Oversized Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Limited Edition Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper by Modern Pop Street Graffiti Artist Ben Frost. Sideshow Bob Simpsons Cartoon Signed & Numbered Weed Tests Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Somerset Hot Press Fine Art Paper Size: 20 x 20 Inches Release: November 26, 2021 Run of: 25 In reality, the artist wants the audience to think on the terms of high or low value and, by extension, what these actually mean. Materiality, societal values and meaning are some of the elements, which Frost is actively incorporating into his art, without providing any answers and, subsequently, creating an open space of reflection.

    $1,204.99

Cannabis Marijuana & Weed
Cannabis, marijuana, and weed have become popular subjects in graffiti art prints and street art prints. As the cultural acceptance of cannabis has grown, so has the prevalence of cannabis-themed artwork in public spaces. From intricate murals to sticker tags, artists have found creative ways to incorporate this controversial plant into their works. One of the most common themes in cannabis-related street art is the use of the plant as a symbol of rebellion against the status quo. Graffiti artists often depict cannabis as a way to challenge authority and express dissent. Some artists use imagery of cannabis plants and leaves to convey a sense of freedom and autonomy, while others incorporate the recognizable shape of a marijuana leaf into their designs as a subtle nod to the plant's countercultural associations. Another popular motif in cannabis-inspired street art is the use of bold colors and intricate patterns. Many artists use vibrant hues to create eye-catching murals that draw attention to the subject matter. The organic shapes of cannabis plants and leaves lend themselves well to abstract designs and geometric patterns, allowing artists to create visually stunning pieces that reflect the natural beauty of the plant. In addition to street art, cannabis has also made its way into the world of printmaking. Many artists have created limited edition prints featuring cannabis imagery, which have become popular collectibles among fans of both street art and cannabis culture. These prints often feature intricate line work and vibrant colors, and are printed on high-quality paper or canvas to ensure their longevity. One of the unique aspects of cannabis-related street art and printmaking is its ability to bridge the gap between art and activism. Many artists use their work to advocate for the legalization of cannabis or to challenge the stigma surrounding its use. By incorporating cannabis into their art, these artists are able to raise awareness about important social and political issues while also showcasing their creative talents. Cannabis has had a significant impact on graffiti art and street art over the years. The plant's association with rebellion and counterculture has made it a popular subject for artists looking to challenge authority and express their dissent. As cannabis becomes more widely accepted in society, we can expect to see even more cannabis-themed street art and prints popping up in public spaces. One way that cannabis has impacted graffiti art and street art is by providing artists with a powerful symbol of resistance. For decades, cannabis has been demonized by the media and politicians, with users often portrayed as criminals and deviants. Graffiti artists, in particular, have long used cannabis as a way to push back against this negative stereotype and assert their own independence. By depicting cannabis plants and leaves in their work, these artists are able to challenge the dominant narrative about the drug and assert their own values and beliefs. Cannabis has also had a profound impact on the aesthetics of street art and printmaking. The organic shapes of cannabis plants and leaves lend themselves well to abstract designs and patterns, making them a popular motif among artists looking to create visually stunning pieces. Many artists use bold colors and intricate line work to bring their cannabis-themed pieces to life, often incorporating other symbols of counterculture and rebellion into their designs. Perhaps most importantly, cannabis has helped to connect graffiti artists and street artists with a wider audience. By incorporating a recognizable and controversial symbol into their work, these artists are able to draw attention to important social and political issues, including the ongoing fight for cannabis legalization. As more and more people become interested in the plant's potential health benefits and cultural significance, we can expect to see even more cannabis-themed art popping up in public spaces around the world. Of course, it's worth noting that not all cannabis-themed street art and printmaking is created equal. Like any other art form, there are plenty of artists out there who use cannabis imagery simply for shock value or to capitalize on a trend. However, the best cannabis-themed art is the work that manages to use the plant as a powerful symbol of rebellion and resistance, while also showcasing the artist's own unique perspective and creative vision. Cannabis has had a significant impact on graffiti art and street art over the years. From providing artists with a powerful symbol of rebellion to inspiring visually stunning pieces that connect with a wider audience, the plant has become an integral part of the cultural landscape. As more and more people begin to appreciate the potential health benefits and cultural significance of cannabis, we can expect to see even more artists using the plant as a tool for creative expression and activism. Marijuana has long been a subject of interest and debate in various cultural spheres, and graffiti street art is no exception. As a popular and influential form of art, graffiti often reflects the social and political issues of the time. In the case of marijuana, street artists may explore the topic for various reasons, such as advocating for its legalization, celebrating its use, or addressing the stigma around it. Here are some ways in which marijuana is incorporated into graffiti street art: Advocacy for legalization: Street artists may create graffiti art that calls for the legalization of marijuana, with messages promoting its medical and recreational use. They may also highlight the social and economic benefits of legalization, such as reduced crime rates and increased tax revenue. Depictions of marijuana plants and symbols: Graffiti art can include images of marijuana plants or recognizable symbols, like the cannabis leaf. These images can represent a celebration of marijuana culture, a call for societal acceptance, or an expression of the artist's personal connection with the substance. Social commentary: Some street artists may use marijuana as a subject to comment on broader social issues, such as the War on Drugs, mass incarceration, and racial disparities in drug enforcement. These artworks can be powerful and thought-provoking, encouraging viewers to reflect on the impact of drug policies on various communities. Personal stories: Graffiti artists may share their own experiences with marijuana, either through autobiographical depictions or by incorporating text into their art. These works can offer insight into the artist's perspective on marijuana and its role in their life. Celebration of marijuana culture: Graffiti street art can also be a way to celebrate marijuana culture, incorporating elements like music, fashion, and iconography associated with its use. Artists may create pieces that pay homage to famous marijuana advocates or celebrate the camaraderie and creativity that can be found within the cannabis community. Overall, the depiction of marijuana in graffiti street art can be diverse and multifaceted. Whether the artist aims to make a political statement, share a personal story, or simply celebrate the cannabis culture, these works contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding marijuana and its place in society. Cannabis has been a subject of inspiration for many street artists around the world. Graffiti street art is an artistic form that involves creating images, words, and symbols in public spaces using various tools and techniques, such as spray paint, stencils, and markers. Cannabis-themed graffiti street art is often used to express personal views and experiences with the plant, as well as to raise awareness about the cultural and political issues surrounding cannabis use. Cannabis-themed graffiti street art can take many forms, from simple tags to elaborate murals. Many street artists use cannabis imagery in their work, including images of cannabis leaves, flowers, and smoke. Other common themes in cannabis graffiti street art include messages advocating for legalization or decriminalization of cannabis, as well as images of people smoking or consuming cannabis. One notable example of cannabis-themed graffiti street art is the work of the artist Banksy. Banksy is a British street artist who is known for his politically charged and satirical artwork. In one of his pieces, Banksy depicts a teddy bear smoking a joint. The image is meant to highlight the absurdity of laws that criminalize cannabis use, while also drawing attention to the fact that many people use cannabis as a form of self-medication. Another notable example of cannabis-themed graffiti street art is the work of the artist Shepard Fairey. Fairey is an American street artist who is best known for his "Obey" campaign and his iconic "Hope" poster of Barack Obama. Fairey has created several pieces of cannabis-themed street art, including images of cannabis plants and smoke, as well as messages advocating for legalization. Cannabis-themed graffiti street art can also be found in many cities around the world. In Amsterdam, for example, there are several street artists who have created cannabis-themed murals and tags throughout the city. These pieces often feature images of the city's famous coffee shops, which are known for selling cannabis to customers. Cannabis-themed graffiti street art is a powerful and thought-provoking artistic form that has gained popularity around the world. Through their work, street artists are able to express their views on cannabis culture and advocate for changes in the laws and policies surrounding cannabis use. Whether you are a fan of cannabis or not, there is no denying the impact that cannabis-themed graffiti street art has had on the art world and on popular culture.

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