Based in Montreal, Allume has always been uber proud of its roots, offering a curated assortment of essentials from creative visionaries across Canada. From unconventional glass pipes to high-design apparel, there’s a wealth of innovative products consciously crafted with pride and detail, disrupting the status quo in the best possible way. Canadian makers are truly having their moment in cannabis culture.
Here’s to celebrating our country’s flare for artistry! Scroll down to add your go-to’s in the comments section.
Founded in 2016, Studio A-OK is a Vancouver-based lifestyle brand and agency led by three leisure enthusiasts. Taking inspiration from past subcultures, as well as “future spacecrafts and meandering brain waves”, A-OK is dynamic to say the very least; the brand sees cannabis style through a modern, psychedelic lens with high-design accessories and apparel. FYI: they serve All-Day Breakfast at their shop. Win-win.
“Thoughtful design, craft, and ritual for the contemporary cannabis consumer.” That’s precisely what we look for in a brand, and Milkweed truly delivers.
All products featured on the online shop are both purposeful and functional, handmade by Canadian creators including The Otter Potter, Hide Boutique and Niki Marie Groulx. Milkweed focuses on curating items made with raw materials (clay, wood, leather), bringing modern sophistication and intention to one’s cannabis routine. Everything is produced in small batches with sincere attention to detail.
Vancouver-based beauty brand Deew is the force behind our favourite creams of all time. Each and every pot of nourishing hemp crème is rich in essential oils and fatty acids that deeply moisturize the skin. What’s more, Deew has introduced its own full spectrum CBD oil (but it’s only available to US customers at this time, due to Canada’s restrictive laws).
HIGH LOVE CLUB
Founded by Allume photographer Vee Mercier and Sean Berrigan, High Love Club is a cannabis creative collective in Charlottetown. The couple’s images have been prominently featured on platforms including Leafly and Mary Magazine – and now, YOU can get your hands on one of their most iconic shots. Scroll down to snag a limited-edition print.
Laundry Day is a line of design-forward smokeware that serves to redefine outdated perceptions of cannabis culture and elevate one’s smoking experience. Created by BC-based Victoria Ashley, The aesthetic of Laundry Day‘s handblown glass pipes can be described as a modern take on the 70’s with a touch of playfulness. Each piece can also be used as a stunning decor staple you can proudly display in your home.
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