Posts Tagged ‘marijuana art’
Here is “Alley Toker”, portrait of someone smoking a joint in an alley. This was the first time that we have used a model, and want to thank Max for doing such an awesome job for us. When Max was posing for us (and getting quick high, I may add!) I was trying to evoke a particular mood, so I said, “You just lost your job!” and she started hitting on that joint so hard! HAHAHA, this painting was the result. She didn’t really lose her job, though. If you would like a portrait of yourself smoking your favorite bud, feel free to contact either Ivana or myself.
Our art is available for purchase as prints too from Fine Art America, so if you like our work, their prints are guaranteed, they will frame them for you and everything.
Marijuana Collectives: we are going to be putting together packages of our art so that you can decorate your waiting rooms and dispensaries with quality art for an affordable price. Contact us for more info on the Contact page.
I had fun with my newest painting, a still life for marijuana fans with pipe, lighter, and bud. Painting glass is really fun. So many artists get nervous painting things that reflect, like water, glass, mirrors, etc. but the trick is to learn to see with the right side of the brain, and not the left, which only sees the surface and doesn’t see or understand the patterns playing on the surface. Ivana Jae taught me how to see and I am so grateful for that. When I still struggle occasionally, she boots me in the ass, hands me a joint, cranks up some music, and whips me with a bull whip until I can see straight. Just kidding (no, I’m not)…
This is the painting that started Ivana Jae’s journey into the world of ganja art. One afternoon while smokin a fatty, I thought, hey, I’m a painter, and I love my natural medicine, I need to combine the two. And so that afternoon the first painting for Tokin Art was complete. I believe anyone who wants to partake in this medicine should be allowed to smoke freely in public or private without stigma or harassment..pot is, after all, the world’s safest medicine.
24″ x 30″ acrylic on gallery wrap canvas
original piece available (inquire with artist ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s my latest painting, a work in progress. (sorry for the glare on there…) Right now, I am calling it Alley Toke, but it is always possible I will be calling it something else by the time I get done with it. The model for this piece did a great job for us in our first ever model photo shoot. We are always interested in finding new models in the San Diego area. We are interested in different ages, races, looks, gender, etc. Of course, our models are all 420 friendly, as are we. If you are interested in modeling for us, please feel free to email one of us and we’ll give you the 411 on it.
Welcome to Tokin’ Art, the home for artists Ivana Jae and Anita Toke (of course those are our real names, are you high!??) We love marijuana and we love art and thought that smashing two of our favorite things together would make for a much better day than sitting in a cube somewhere typing on a plastic keyboard! So, now we paint portraits of stoners, and other subject matter with think is stonerlicious…buds, bongs, pipes. Why not!? Stoners deserve love too, after all, most Americans admit to smoking ganga, and for good reason. Marijuana is an amazing herb that could save this world if only our greedy politicians would stop vilifying it. Whew! Enough pot politics.
Please check out our art in the Art Gallery section. We love creating custom commissioned art for our many stoner friends. If you are interested in a custom piece, check out our art, then contact the artist of your choice.
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Hey, stoners! I hope you like my latest painting, called ‘Midnight Toker’ This painting of someone lighting up a joint outside under the night sky is 30″ wide by 20″ high and is painted with professional grade acrylic paint on deep gallery wrap canvas. The painting is also painted on the sides so that you will not need a frame. Very cool piece of art. Photos rarely do art justice. This painting is available for sale. Please contact Anita Toke via the contact page at: www.tokin-art.com