In the last US election, four more states voted in favor of the legalization of marijuana. Likewise, the Canadian government continues to gesture toward national legalization in 2017. As North America begins to gauge its comfort with mainstream marijuana use, an increasing number of design-minded people are in the market for a new aesthetic for pot paraphernalia. Inspired by the opportunity to elevate an object that has long been viewed in the realm of craft, Castor’s bong is a vessel made from black or white porcelain, glazed on the interior and raw on its outside for a more tactile feel. The bowl component is made from brass and powder coated in black or white. Doubling as a vase, the Voong aligns with the brand’s existing distinction in the consumer product market as well as its notoriety for dissident design. With its dual purposes — demonstrated in scenarios for use when “Home Alone” (as a bong) or “When the Parents Come to Visit” (as a vase) — the product plays with the idea of a pot culture that is coming out of hiding.
more on Architizer
Share on Google Plus

About Decoration de la Maison

This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel.

Home & Garden Bestsellers