New GP merch has landed!! Our new sweatshirt features the artwork of local Asheville artist Anna Bryant, designed specially for Garden Party. It's bright, warm, and cozy and here 4 u right on time for the colder winter months.
Screenprinted at Lightning Bolt Ink on Hanes Unisex Ecosmart 50/50 Crewneck Sweatshirts.
The Smudge is a monthly newspaper offering articles, interviews, comics, and advice from a range of unique thinkers and creators. At a time when many of us have been searching for ways to contribute, The Smudge decided they'd use the tool they know best: PRINT.
From The Smudge, "We're not activists, we're not editors, but we have a printer and we know how to use it. So, in the spirit of the underground and alternative presses of the 60's and 70's, we hope to offer a unique voice and a different perspective on the issues and events that affect us all. And hopefully we can squeeze some good comics in there as well."
Wooden Spoon Herbs - Rose Colored Glasses Tincture
Rose-Colored Glasses will lift your mood, open your heart, and enhance your intuition. Through the sweet support of rose, the adaptogenic balance of holy basil, and the nerve-soothing of milky oats, your outlook will be illuminated and your healthy boundaries tenderly reinforced.
2 oz. bottle
Ingredients: Organic Provence rose petal extract, Organic Holy basil herb extract, Organic Oat tops extract, Organic Hawthorn fruit extract, Organic Vegetable glycerin, Water.
Suggested use: Take 35 drops (1.75 ml) 3 times daily.
Cautions: Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease.
In Broccoli Issue 12, artist Elaine Catherine Miller gets lost in the clouds, Gab Bois photographs weed in unexpected places, Cartel Madras writes themselves into the story, OlaRonke Akinmowo curates classics, and Zoe Sigman explains that weed gets old. Plus: Weed do's and don'ts, sustainable cannabis grows, bopping along to Rupa's disco jazz, Patricia Johanson's radical landscapes, and Broccoli's new book is in bloom. 88 pages, perfect bound, printed on premium coated paper.
This cutie mini soap is the perfect for travel and gifting. The amyris and lavender scent is floral and light with woody balsamic notes. Shea butter plus madder root and mugwort make this soap as nourishing as it is beautiful.
Why You’ll Love It
Subtle tie-dye inspired swirls are created with natural plant dyes.
No preservatives, fragrance oils, artificial colors, parabens, or plastic packaging.
In Broccoli Issue 13, Lido Pimienta sings for the angels, a rock collector holds infinity, Indigenous growers in Colombia fight the capitalist green rush, and we stroll through the extraordinary botanical garden, Lotusland. Plus: Nadine Smith on gateways, altered states, and homecomings, four artists render the zodiac in blacklight posters, Qiu Jin’s radical Chinese poetry, we get to the bottom of what “psychoactive” really means, and a mushroom shopping list (just for fungi).
88 pages, perfect bound, printed on premium coated paper. Free shipping to any location in the world.
“Garbage” had long been on Gossamer's list of topics to cover in their normally abnormal way. It’s weird, but also deeply sensory—someone says the word garbage and you can immediately picture it (and smell it, too). After an edible and a few puffs, we started to wonder what a different perspective on garbage could look like. Plus, the idea of calling something the “Garbage Issue” just made us laugh. And so, here we are.
Volume Six includes Conversations with chef Sophia Roe, activist Emily Barker, designer Sarah Nsikak, and writer Anand Giridharadas; meditations on space junk, garbage time, houseflies, and loss; and art by Arielle Bobb Willis, Rajni Jacques, Ekua King, and David Brandon Geeting; and much, much more. We hope Volume Six offers some kind of escape. After all, like five o’clock, it’s always garbage somewhere.
Packed with banana extract, niacinamide, magnesium, and cannabis sativa oil—this body creme from Not Pot is ultra-nourishing, brightening, soothing, and calming—aka your recipe for healthy-looking skin.
Nourish your sensitive skin with the power of mugwort and madder root. Mugwort’s anti-inflammatory properties are known to soothe eczema and psoriasis and deeply hydrate all skin types. Madder root promotes wound healing, reduces acne, and eases skin irritations.
Why You’ll Love It:
Light peach and charcoal gray layers look as soothing as the soap feels.
The luxurious scent of frankincense, geranium, and lavender make caring for your skin a pleasure.
Can sake smooth your skin? Before you pour the iconic Japanese beverage all over your face, try soap made with Sakekasu, a byproduct of the rice fermentation process. Sakekasu (sometimes known as Lees) contains antibacterial and antifungal kojic acid, which is often used in beauty products to "wake up" sluggish cells and leave skin positively glowing.
Why You’ll Love It:
Light peachy hue and subtle pink lotus scent turn your shower into a spa experience.
Coconut oil and shea butter hydrate and nourish your skin.
Go big or go home! This mega grinder is functional and fabulous. Sackville & Co.’s pillar grinder has three tiers and diamond-sharp teeth for perfectly ground flower every time. The deep set bowl holds plenty of herb so you always have fresh greenery on hand.
Why You’ll Love It
This statement piece will instantly elevate your smoke sesh.
As durable as it is gorgeous, this grinder will last for years and years.
Mini kief tool looks super cute in this biggie grinder.
From Merry Jane, the leading voice in cannabis culture launched by world-renowned rap icon Snoop Dogg.
Merry Jane's The CBD Solution: Wellnessis an authoritative guide to using cannabis to improve wellness.
This book reveals how CBD affects mood and can be used generally in health routines: in bath oils, balms, tinctures, and more.
• Explains how cannabis, CBD, and other plants can change your everyday • Helps relieve everything from headaches and achy joints to stress and anxiety • Features dozens of illustrations and striking photography
The book features an authoritative breakdown of CBD research—the history, the science, the politics, uses, forms, and effects—as well as answers to common questions and myths.
Merry Jane's The CBD Solution: Wellnessmakes a great gift for anyone curious about incorporating CBD into their life, or those looking to learn more about CBD and its health benefits.
• CBD can be used to enhance physical and mental wellness. • With a pearlescent foil case, this is truly a luxe handbook for CBD users and the canna-curious. • A great gift for those who enjoy using CBD or are curious about learning more, marijuana smokers, and anyone interested in wellness and enhancing their health routines • Add it to the shelf with books like CBD Oil: Everyday Secrets: A Lifestyle Guide to Hemp-Derived Health and Wellnessby Gretchen Lidicker, Healing with CBD: How Cannabidiol Can Transform Your Health without the High by Eileen Konieczny RN and Lauren Wilson, and Bong Appétit: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Weed by Editors of MUNCHIES.
Forest-bathing in a soap bar! Fresh tree-bark notes of hinoki and cypress transport you straight to the forest. Matcha helps reduce inflammation and even out skin tone, while coconut oil and shea butter leave you supremely hydrated. Feel your senses come alive as you connect with nature from the comfort of your shower.
Why You’ll Love It:
Pale lilac and fresh green hues relax and inspire.
Hinoki and cypress essential oils make washing up a full sensory experience.
This second book in the Merry Jane CBD series speaks to one of the most-asked, most-requested topics: How can CBD improve my sex life?
This is an all-encompassing, no-holds-barred exploration of CBD and sexual wellness.
The dynamic book features go-to recipes such as CBD lube and CBD mocktails, as well as bedroom activities, like using breathwork to enhance your sexual experience.
• Explains how cannabis, CBD, and other plants can increase pleasure and intimacy • Includes how-tos on everything from dirty talk to erotic massage • Features neon inks, psychedelic art, bold photography, and infographics
This sex positive book is full of helpful information on sexual health, empowering advice, and tips and tricks on using CBD in the bedroom.
Merry Jane's The CBD Solution: Sexmakes a red-hot gift for a partner, and an empowering self-purchase for anyone who wants to cultivate a satisfying sex life
• Written for both solo sex and partnered sex • Seductive, deluxe package featuring neon inks and bold artwork • A great gift for those who enjoy using CBD or are curious about learning more, marijuana smokers, and anyone interested in sexual exploration • Add it to the shelf with books like A Woman's Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better–and Get High Like a Ladyby Nikki Furrer; Cannabis and CBD for Health and Wellness: An Essential Guide for Using Nature's Medicine to Relieve Stress, Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, and More by Aliza Sherman and Dr. Junella Chin; and The Cannabis Spa at Home: How to Make Marijuana-Infused Lotions, Massage Oils, Ointments, Bath Salts, Spa Nosh, and More by Sandra Hinchliffe.
This book offers a thorough visual biography of the life of Peggy Guggenheim (1898–1979) as collector, through a selection of works from the world-renowned collection she established primarily between 1938 and 1946, and to which she would continue to add for the rest of her life.
A journey through the acclaimed design studio’s effortless California aesthetic, ethos, and lifestyle
Design Commune reveals the evolution story of an acclaimed design studio rooted warmly in the California aesthetic, ethos, and lifestyle. Truly multidisciplinary in practice, Commune has, since its inception in 2004, tackled all areas of design. The work featured in this second book highlights all disciplines that Commune engages in, including interior design projects for private and commercial spaces, artist collaborations, product designs, packaging, and graphics. Its projects share many common threads, such as the influence of handcrafted materials, but each remains deeply personal and unique.
Feline architectures: a fun and affordable picture-book of cats with their cat trees
Every cat owner knows the frustration of shelling out a considerable amount of money for a cat tree or scratching post only to find that their feline family member prefers to sleep in the box the item came in. Some lucky cat owners also know the unexpected delight that comes from seeing cats use the accessories made just for them, the strange satisfaction of catching their kitty relaxing on their kitty-sized furniture.
Against stylish pastel backdrops, Swiss photographer Pascale Weber poses her feline subjects on a variety of different cat-specific pieces, lounging on the roof of a fuzzy ice cream truck and balancing atop a three-pronged scratching post that resembles a cactus. Her photography series captures the undeniable charm of cats on their best behavior while also providing a tongue-in-check echo of more serious forms of design. The artfulness of each cat tree mirrors the contemporary aesthetic trends of human-sized architecture and sculpture: multifaceted, functional and ultimately representative of those who utilize such structures. Each cat presents their home just as proudly as a person might in this surprising combination of art and animal photography, perfect for cat lovers and art enthusiasts alike.
Artist Peter Coffin began his work with the iconic designs of LA’s Colby Poster Printing Company in 2008. Over the years, he solicited friends to contribute their dream concerts—invented lineups for impossible gigs—and combined them with the print shop’s famously eye-popping poster backgrounds, resulting inImaginary Concerts: a stirring, two-volume celebration of music’s vast conceptual universe. Featuring 160 concert lineups from a roster of artists, authors and daydreamers including Yoko Ono, Larry Clark, Quasimoto, Genesis P-Orridge and dozens of others,Imaginary Concerts: Volumes One and Two transport the reader into an uncannily evocative, nostalgia-tinged and personally revealing realm of musical what-ifs.
About the Author:
Peter Coffin has mounted over 30 solo exhibitions with museums and galleries including the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington DC), The Barbican (London), City Hall Park (New York City), and the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art (San Francisco). Coffin’s art can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Guggenheim Museum, among other institutions. Music looms large in Coffin’s work and mind.