Legendary American rock n’ roll band The Grateful Dead and Jerome Baker Designs (JBD), the world leader in glass art, have partnered to create top-tier Grateful Dead glass products. This is the Grateful Dead’s first venture into the premium cannabis glass space.
JBD is renowned for intricate and artistic glass pipes and other smoking accessories. The Grateful Dead, on the other hand, is a legendary American rock band known for their improvisational music and a devoted fan base often associated with the counterculture and psychedelic movements.
JBD has created custom glass pieces for members of the Grateful Dead and their fans. These pieces often featured intricate designs and references to the band's iconography, such as the Dead's "Steal Your Face" logo and other psychedelic imagery. These customized glass pieces served as a way to pay homage to the band and its cultural significance.
"I’ve been a Deadhead since as far back as I can remember, which is longer than you might think it is. One thing I know for sure is The Grateful Dead is all about community, and that’s what this collaboration is all about, too. These pieces are collectibles to be cherished, which just so happen to get you into the perfect state for listening to the Grateful Dead,” says Jason Harris, CEO of JBD.
JBD glass maintains the standard for functional glass art while adopting the cutting-edge techniques to create eye-catching Made in USA Grateful Dead glass artwork. Inspired by the band’s Americana soul, the red, white, and blue pieces are engineered for the most satisfying of smoking experiences.
“These products are really cool,” says Harris. “They're all geared towards the everyday kind of a stoner, where people use the plant in whether recreational medicinal in an everyday fashion.
Most of the products are geared right for that and so it's a really cool take on what's hot in the world of stoners and cannabis.”
Harris continues: “From the soccer mom to recording artists–everybody will love these Grateful Dead glass pieces.”
This connection between the Grateful Dead and JBD puts on display the intersection of music, art, and counterculture, where artisans and musicians collaborate to create unique and collectible pieces that resonate with fans of the band and the broader subculture.
“It's a testament to the enduring influence of the Grateful Dead-on various forms of art and expression, including glassblowing and design,” said Harris.
Jerome Baker Designs, a full-service glass blowing entity steeped in the ever-expanding market of herbal healing in America today, this
week announced they are going to use their established affiliate network to offering you an extract line of our own. Partnered with Errl Hill farms we present to you the first ever JBD official Live Resin.
NOTHING SOLD HERE ONLY AVAILABLE AT LICENSED DISPENSARIES IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA!!! Please Visit The Sanctuary Located at 2500 Grand Ave. Sacramento, CA for purchasing. (The Sanctuary is a licensed Medical and Recreational Dispensary in the State of California, See their website for more details)
From humble beginnings in a cramped dorm room, to over 70 employees and a
multi-building campus, and then the massive injustice that Jerome Baker Designs will begin its launch into the Cannabis market with three different strains of Live Resin, Provided by Errl Hill: Squirt, Forbidden Fruit, and Soulmate.
“Since our founding in 1991, we have always had deep roots in all legal herbal and herbal ancillary markets,” said Jason Harris, Founder and Owner of Jerome Baker Designs. “As of late, the industry is exploding in popularity in the United States, and as a company that has always been supportive, we want to be at the forefront of its expansion.”
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network and products. And don't Forget to visit The Sanctuary!