Sprayground, the rebel accessories brand, has partnered with up with the ultimate authority in cannabis culture, High Times, for an exclusive product collaboration for their Cannabis Cup festival.
Sprayground’s founder and creative director David Ben-David said, “Partnering with High Times was inevitable, I have always supported the social and cultural significance that cannabis has had, and continues to have in our society, and advocate for its medicinal and recreational use; so, when the opportunity for a collaboration arose, I jumped at the chance to alter people’s depiction and connotation of marijuana in an artistic way.”
The Ganja Grillz backpack features an eye popping design with a new take on the brand’s “grillz” concept. Fully immersed in a variety of cannabis strains lies a gold and diamond encrusted mouth design, paying homage to the hustlers and entrepreneurs that the cannabis industry has helped create.
The Ganja Grillz backpack was initially released exclusively at the first Cannabis Cup in Las Vegas on March 4, 2017 and is now available HERE, as well as at your local streetwear boutique.
All of Sprayground products are made in limited edition and never produced again!
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