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With the advent of legal cannabis in some US states and the legalise bandwagon gaining momentum in other a few other places internationally I thought I’d look ahead to a time when the UK has followed suit and id-iom have managed to get themselves a combined gallery/studio space/coffeeshop in London’s bustling West End.

In order to market to our new found clientele we’d need some handy marketing materials – which is where our little infographic cards would come in pretty handy. It’s an illustrated guide for beginners on how to go about crafting a small joint. On the reverse are a selection of id-iom approved advertisements which we hope would be of interest to our prospective patrons. There, I’ve got it all sorted – apart from what to actually do with them. I was initially thinking of getting them into the little pockets on the backs of airline seats but I only ever seem to travel Ryanair and they’ve removed the pockets. The cheap feckers.

If anyone can think of something fun we can do with them please do drop us a line as I can’t currently think of a suitable use for them. Which probably begs the question of why I created them in the first place but that’s not really for me to answer right now.

Cheers

id-iom

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Growth Spurt

Growth Spurt

Growth Spurt

Now this little weedling wasn’t much of anything until we decided to plant him in to a bigger pot and then can you guess what happened, nothing, absolutely nothing. So after our plans were scuppered we decided to go back to the lab and think of another way to help this little fella reach his potential.

With our lab coats on, clipboards and  stopwatch at the ready we embarked on a frenzied foray in to potion making, alchemy and cell regeneration.  Of course this is easier said than done so we had to of course head down to the local library for a few reading and reference materials  to help us along. This included Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Weird Science by John Hughes, Nightmare before Christmas by Tim Burton, Gray’s Anatomy by Henry Gray and many more such articles to aid us in our quest.

Finally our experimentation managed to produce this little oddity looking something like a cross between one of the piranha plants from the Super Mario games and a children’s toy. What happens next? I’m not entirely sure I just hope it’s not carnivorous…

Cheers

id-iom

Title: Growth Spurt
Materials: Paint pen, acrylic, collage and charcoal
Size: A2
Please email if interested

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