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Sarah Thirlwell
Asymmetric Vessel
$110

British designer Sarah Thirlwell works in sustainably sourced wood and colored acrylics to create handsome asymmetrical vessels. Fitted with a test tube to hold flower stems, the award-winning design plays "on juxtapositions of synthetic and natural, light and opaque."

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Playtype
Way Out Poster
$62

The witty designers behind Copenhagen-based Playtype love using the typefaces they've created in fun, different ways, from monochromatic glyphs stamped on mugs to covering skateboards. Equally big and bold are their posters that make the most of a single letter, or a word or two. Use "Way Out" as a 2D exit sign, hallway hypeman or a pop of green to transform even your most sterile spaces.

Mr Dog New York
Floral Mattress Bed
$200

While dogs can fall asleep just about anywhere, there aren't many spots as alluring as a couch cushion or a human bed—two places our four-legged friends might not be welcome. Mr Dog presents a beautiful solution: a pet-dedicated mattress-cushion hybrid in a charming cabbage rose floral pattern. Inside, shredded latex and cotton rag lend it durability and firmness. And as it is for pets, an array of features (from the urethane moisture wicking coat to internal air vents) make it a durable and lasting product.

People Products
Axcent Pocket Watch (Bronze)
$235

There's something rather classy about reaching for the time and pulling out a pocket watch rather than a mobile phone. Developed in the 16th century, these devices were the most popular form of time-telling all the way until WWI. People Products makes clear that they don't have to be a relic of time long passed. Their premium Axcent Pocket Watch (made of stainless steel but in a bronze colorway) sports a Japanese Miyota 9T22 movement at its core, but it's the sapphire crystal and brass hands that make it so alluring. It's a minimal design but sure to impress.

Cult Gaia
Leafy Visor
$138

On the days when you don't want to bother with sunblock or sunnies, hats are the next choice in keeping the blinding sun at bay. Letting the breeze through and catching a few looks along the way, Cult Gaia's made-in-LA 90210 Mita Visor is a style that defies what typically comes to mind. A fun leafy print and fabric ends (for tying into a bow) add personality to the sporty vibe.

Sweetflag
Golden Snitch
$35

Those tiny plastic baggies sadly let the whole world know you've got good weed. Stash the precious bud away from mooching roommates in this gorgeous California-made Golden Snitch orb, available at Sweetflag. The new online shop is fully of beautifully designed smoking accessories—think black obsidian pipes, hand-forged brass incense burners, coconut-flavored rolling papers—that look impeccable long after the joint's done.

Shahrzad Ghadjar
Dinosaurs Smoking Weed Coloring Book
$12

The very logically named Dinosaurs Smoking Weed Coloring Book is just that—and even comes with crayons. Full of pictures of stoned and smoking dinos, the book also offers a little trivia on how each creature enjoys getting high—whether via bongs or vaping or smoking joints. Delightfully embracing the absurd, this book blends a very adult pastime with a delightfully childish one.

M Gemi
Salotto Shoes
$228

M Gemi's Salotto slip-on shoes, crafted by talented Toscana artisans who use the highest quality materials, can be paired with casual shorts as easily as with suit pants. With a nappa calfskin upper and an all-leather lining, these shoes feature a cross-hatched pattern that makes the simple style a little more flashy—without going overboard. The rubber sole is sporty and offers comfort, making these some of the most versatile shoes in your collection.

Good Life
Flecked Terry Tank Top
$75

Super-comfortable and lightweight, this Made-in-USA looped terry tank is just right for the weather that the Northern Hemisphere is finally being blessed with. A neat but casual piece, the tank takes on less dye thanks to its blend of yarns—meaning the result is subtle and appears almost inside-out.

Shelter Bay
Steel Wire Flare Cage Light
$119

Toronto-based Shelter Bay—just founded in 2015—offers hand-welded steel wire cages and elegant spun steel shades (plus a combination of both) to pair with lightbulbs for a beautiful design occasion. The flare cage reminds us of a billowing skirt, and is available in copper, white, pearl black—and the crowd favorite, the unique multi-colored aurora finish.

Overthrow NYC
Limited Edition Cannabis-Printed Boxing Gloves
$80

Boxing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when looking for cannabis associations, but Bleecker Street's Overthrow Boxing Club—housed in a space formerly known as the alternative culture Yippie Museum—makes for a worthy link. The location played host to the founding of High Times Magazine by Tom Forcade, and was the headquarters of the Legalization Movement. Yippie Alice Torbush, who frequented the space, designed the pattern featured on these limited edition gloves, which clock in at 16oz and can handle heavy bag, sparing and mitt workouts.

Apothecanna
Mile High Gift Set
$70

If you’re only smoking or consuming cannabis, you might not be unlocking all of its health-improving potential. Apothecanna’s Mile High Gift Set allows for direct-to-skin application of marijuana’s healing wonders through five different body lotions. With a mix of herbal ingredients like peppermint, juniper, chamomile, lavender and more, each creme targets something specific: pain relief, stimulation and more.

Davek
Alert Umbrella
$50

After successfully crowdfunding their Alert Umbrella, Davek New York is back on Kickstarter with the Alert Mini and Alert Grande. The two new models are built from the same DNA as the original (which packs a tracking chip into an incredibly sturdy yet sleek design) but also provide additional sizes for a range of weather (and storage) conditions. An update to their dedicated app now also reveals the umbrella’s last known location. Now campaigning on Kickstarter.

Alite Designs
Meadow Rest
$65

Combining two of their favorite designs (the Meadow Mat and Mayfly Chair), the team at Alite Designs has created a perfect outdoor seat, allowing you to recline chaise-lounge-style. Part picnic blanket, part chair, the Meadow Rest is waterproof and easy to set up and pack away. It's also (importantly) super-light, so it's easy to bring along on any camping or beach adventure.

Arca
Trapezium Ashtray
$920

Part of Arca’s Trapezium collection, this buffalo horn-inlaid ashtray takes inspiration from a symmetrical trapeze. Arca handcrafts the shimmering toking accessory in Italy, using a unique heating process that draws out the horn’s individual grain to tantalizing effect. No matter what you’re puffing on, it’s sure to elevate the entire experience.

Skyhorse Publishing
The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook
$21

Art meets science in all types of cooking—but maybe especially so when cooking with cannabis. With over 100 recipes for everything from breakfasts to cocktails, this book is more than just a cooking guide. There is also information on the many varieties of cannabis flavor profiles so cooks know which strains will work for what recipes, as well as tips on processing, storing and preserving the special ingredient.

BAIT + Adidas Skateboarding
Stan Smith Vulc "Happy"
$120

Partnering with Adidas Skateboarding, West Coast retailer BAIT envisions the ultimate sneaker for stoners: the Stan Smith Vulc “Happy.” Stitched together from natural hemp and adorned with an earthy all-over pattern, the weed-themed shoes even feature a medical marijuana prescription label reading “high-potency superior quality.” And inside: a secret stash pocket.

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