Although cannabis is typically sold in plastic baggies by black market dealers, this is no way in which to store the kind herb. Unfortunately, many pot consumers confuse the most economical method of transporting relatively small quantities of pot for commercial sale — sandwich baggies or the special odor-proof, child-resistant bags employed by some dispensaries — as a suitable means of storage or for access to daily stash. They’re not.
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We’re in the final stages of production of a couple of products that we’re very excited about: The Cannary Pouch and Lid’l Pipe. Last fall when Finch and his wife were packing for a trip and wanted to take along something to smoke, they realized they had nothing to carry it in except an old paper sack. So we designed a handsome leather pouch with separate pockets for a pipe and our stash. Continue reading
“Already, Colorado and Washington state illustrate how cannabis is shedding its stoner image and entering mainstream culture.” So writes the Huffington Post in the their business article entitled, Marijuana Industry Sets Its Sights On The Mainstream.
Marijuana’s image has traditionally been a little cheesy: pot leaves and hippy trippy stoners. But now that it’s becoming increasingly legal, good design will play a role in distinguishing brands and elevating the overall industry. (That’s what Cedar & Finch is all about.) From Fast Company, here are 6 Branding Lessons from the Pioneers of Weed Design.
We’re excited to be here and look forward to bringing out beautifully designed and well made products. We hope you’ll come back from time to time and see what we’re up to.