Have you every put “online head shops” in the search bar and see what comes up? I did a long time ago and followed a few of the accounts that popped up. Some turned into real feed burners, and other disappeared like vapor into the ether. Boots your #weedstagram game by following these accounts dedicated to ‘erb culture.
You don’t have to order your glass rigs through this account to appreciate it because the guy who runs it will keep you abreast of some of the newest units on the market. He chooses pieces from Boro artists like @tonyhernandez_glass and @@thumpglass that appeals to the masses, so don’t expect too much eccentric glass here. If you’re in the market for solid glass pieces, check here first to see what’s hot. I love this micro Klein, myself.
Saltglass has some of the most fantastic pieces of artistically rendered art boro that I’ve ever seen. Eyeballed monsters made of goop play a big theme and come in all kinds of hazmat green, yellow and orange tones. This has to be one of my favorites. The colors are fresh, and the craftsmanship is 100% genuine. This artist’s work is in all kinds of online head shops, so just follow the link in the image description, and if it’s still available, you can purchase the piece easily.
Make sure that you check out my overall #1 head shop
Cloud Culture Store
I want to live in Sydney, Australia so that I can get a little closer to the actual D’Munchies location. Get a contact high and the munchies too when you scroll through this heady feed of stoner-centric food porn. These guys curate their feed with a ton of style, humor and gorgeous pics of bud. Plus, the call their followers Munchkins, d’awww.
Real fans of this show will continue loving keeping up with Arjan on Instagram, even despite Franco’s recent passing. For those who are new to Strain Hunters, follow their account and watch them smoke, talk to locals, and discover the tangled roots of new and old strains from around the world. Just be warned that you’ll fall in love with Franco