Portraits Made Out Of Used Joint Filters

There are a lot of people that think creativity is something you either have or you don’t. Apparently it’s like a penis and either you were fortunate when you were born or you’re screwed for the rest of your life. Well they’re wrong. There are plenty of books, websites, and people that will help you with your apparent lack of creativity. And there’s also marijuana.

Legality aside, marijuana is the best thing since contraception (no one cares about sliced bread) and frequently takes artistic abilities to whole new levels. Cliff Maynard is an artist from Pittsburgh who had a vision for a new take on the classic portrait and a whole truckload of joints (what happened to puff, puff, pass buddy?). Instead of just discarding the roach like your average creative, Cliff kept them all and turned them into gallery worthy portraits. Just don’t try to smoke them.

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