A Different High with Mary Jane Goods

Friday, December 12, 2008

It would be nice to have one in your hands. I know I'll get one!
Photo by http://www.maryjanegoods.com

Darrin Grandmason the founder of Genetic Art launches a new venture http://www.maryjanegoods.com. Mary Jane Goods does not advocate the use of drugs and only produces novelty items that feature the DNA structure and fingerprint of Cannabis. The site features products that combine the DNA generic finger printing done on the "Cannabis Sativa" Plant and pop culture merged for the M.J.G. brand name. This is a fusion of the best of both worlds, high science and high art. Panache items for the cool guys and gals that can bare these items can say it all. If I wore one of these shirts, I'm sure to be the envy of my friends.

Art Stash boxes and DNA Fingerprint of C. Sativa would be nice in your favorite rooms.
Photo by http://www.maryjanegoods.com

Not only is their online store offering these awesome shirts, they also have high end art boxes and DNA fingerprint art frames that you can show off in your favorite room. These artwork even glows in the dark. Fans of these items can take advantage of the art boxes available since they can stash anything on it including "you know what" but I'm sure they won't tell anyone you did it. This is paradise for Cannabis friendly devotees where one can purchase it exclusively. Pop art included in their products first appeared in Britain during the 1950s and referred to the interest of a number of artists in the images of mass media, advertising, comics and consumer products. It therefore coincided with the youth and pop music phenomenon of the 50's and 60's which became very much a part of the image of fashionable Europe. Some artists like Peter Blake designed album covers for Elvis Presley and the Beatles and placed film stars such as Brigitte Bardot in his pictures in the same way that Warhol was immortalizing Marilyn Monroe in the USA. Make sure you patronize their products because you'll all get a different high with Mary Jane Goods!



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