Jun
14

Kati Jane – Ladybug Style

“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Previously, I produced a post with a model named Kati Jane, who takes photos with our favorite flower. Recently, she took the opportunity to pose as a ladybug for Real One and the Stoner Girls, with the help of the aesthetically pleasing (and somewhat intimidating) Heidi 420 Stylist. Some people might find this peculiar but this expression of the ecstasy that one can derive without much expense is intensely astounding to me. Check the photos out:

Lady Bug Kati Jane2

Lady Bug Kati Jane

We always enjoy seeing new and innovative pictures from the community like that of Kati Jane’s, because it shows the integrity and initiative of our community to spread our ideas in multiple directions (even if it means dressing up like a ladybug). P.S. make sure to vote for Kati Jane for Miss Xfest.

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Apr
11

Peace Flower Tire

“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Peace Flower Tire

I never thought I would see such beauty on a Peace Flower tire cover, but there it was before me. This makes me wonder to myself… where has all the creativity gone? Let me rephrase as to avoid being badgered later for turpidly finding creativity to be dead. Look around you. We live in a world where people still follow the stark patterns of the past through composition, form, and color. One example are airplanes; they are always bland, stark, and uninviting. I just recently watched Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery again and I noticed that he had the right idea with his jumbo jet.

Austin Powers Jumbo Jet

Austin was a fashionable guy from the 60’s a time when color, shape, line, reality, and time were distorted into a diverse set of selections made through what just felt right, not social standards. Of course the Hippie movement is what we would call a counter-movement, but they set out to capture an essence of human desire that was relevantly and reluctantly suppressed. Sigmund Freud spoke of the same ideas through his theories of psychoanalysis. This theory basically finds that people constrain their innermost desires in order to conform to the social structure around them. Freud found in his conclusions that subconsciously (ego, superego, id) we have keys in our dreams, in our utterances which are accidentally placed, even in the words we choose or food we eat. A projection of the person we want to be, of the accomplishments we wish to make, of our fatal flaws… all exist on the surface if one knows how to catch said keys.

Sigmund Freud Warhol

In this respect, I feel the government through multiples forms, like the planes as aforementioned, uses media, color, and structure in order to place us within the confines of a system which is utterly ignorant, aggressive, and lacking. I am sure we could think of multitudes of examples that reverentially confirm my theories of this control placed over the plebeian masses from buildings to paper size… but I will leave you to ponder that. Bottom line: do something different, do not be sucked into what they want: a monotonous repeat of predictable yielding puppets.

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Mar
30

Sasquatch The Hart WaY

“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Sasquatch Bryan Hercules Hart

A while back I ran across some of Bryan Hercules Hart’s Artwork, and I was completely blown away by his effective use painterly strokes to convey a calm but yet coiled creature. This crosshatching of colors screams Post-Impressionism as there is a blatant disregard for perceived standards in color, as earthy yellows and reds are spread through Sass’s fur. Artistic direction that is able to harness the pure powers of color in its most simplistic form, like when a sunset or sunrise’s colors seem to fold into one another with a subversion of clouds, is something that is hard to depict. Bryan, himself, is an avid supporter of the 215 Medicinal Marijuana Movement in California. He dedicates much of his time between his artwork and being a father. Here, he has depicted one of the more mysterious items from legend, Bigfoot (aforementioned). Bryan has a fantastic style and (if permitted after this post) I plan to keep tossing up his works for everyone to enjoy.

Sasquatch Bryan Hercules Hart

I must admit, I am already a fan of Sasquatch. The fact is, at first, I was not really a believer until after I was introduced Sasquatch… Tenacious D style. So maybe you do not believe, maybe you do not even like Sasquatch, but for me, for Bryan, for your own sake before it is too late… Open your Eyes, The Sass is real.

For Reference: Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is purportedly an ape-like cryptid that inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term “Sasquatch” is an anglicized derivative of the word “Sésquac” which means “wild man” in a Salish Native American language. Bigfoot is described in reports as a large hairy ape-like creature, ranging between 6–10 feet (2–3 m) tall, weighing in excess of 500 pounds (230 kg), and covered in dark brown or dark reddish hair. Bigfoot has been referred to by a whole host of names including Momo, Yeti, Abominable Snowman, Yowie, Meh-Teh, Raksha, Kikomba, The Great Bear, Sasquatch, and the Himalayan Beast.

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Mar
27

Kati Jane – Ganja Goddess

“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Kati Jane

Today’s Stoner Art is a photo that comes from the illustrious ‘Kati Jane‘, otherwise known as the July 2010 Miss High Times and also runner up for Miss High Times 2010. Kati Jane is a fantastic girl who runs a collaborative compassion delivery service with her boyfriend entitled, Smokin’ Fast Deliveries. She is an activist within her community and above all a NORML supporter for the area of Modest, California. Kati has been hailed by several of her followers as a tremendous help and undoubtedly she may be one of the most benevolent Miss High Times that I have talked to. Thus, she is a Ganja Goddess. I will leave this in the words of Kati herself: The 5 P’s of Pot.

1. PROMOTE IT
2. PRODUCE IT
3. PUSH IT
BUT most importantly…
4. PUFF IT!
5.and PASS IT!
Kati Jane and plant

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Mar
22

Destino – Salvador Dali

“It is a widely accepted fact that cannabis (…and other great hallucinogens) have been linked numerous times to allowing people everywhere; from writers, to artists, and even amongst the most advent doodlers as being a smooth gateway to better and more insightful pieces of art. So take your brush of choice and blow some minds… this is Stoner Art.”

Salvador Dali’s “Destino” is an interesting short film that was contracted by Disney and released in 2003. Interestingly, the short film was in production for over 58 years, as Dali began working on the film in 1945. Disney was forced to cease production of the film in 1946 due to financial concerns imposed on them by the world war II economy. The Destino project laid dormant in the Disney vaults until 1999; then while working on the film Fantasia 2000, Walt Disney’s nephew, Roy E. Disney found the forgotten project and reanimated it. Using original storyboards, a team of 25 animators were able to finish Destino’s production.

salvador dali

“I don’t do drugs. I am drugs.”

-Salvador Dali

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