Meet Tony GreenHand, Professional Joint Roller
Tony Greenhand is an artist based in Oregon that’s so good at rolling joints, and people now pay him thousands of dollars to do it. Along the way, he’s transformed the joint into a piece of “high” art that’s rocking the entire world of cannabis culture.
Meet Tony Greenhand, Ganja Roller Extraordinaire
Tony Greenhand is a 26-year-old artist who lives in the small town of Albany, Oregon. Like tons of other Oregonians, he loves all things cannabis. But Tony Greenhand has taken his love of weed to entirely new levels.
While working in the underground marijuana industry as a grower and breeder, he got the reputation for rolling perfect joints. He eventually started branching out and trying to roll joints into all sorts of different shapes. After coming up with some designs that he has been particularly proud of, Greenhand posted pics of them to Reddit. They blew up, and he never looked back.
Turning Joints Into Art
After his Sherlock Holmes pipe and flower pedal joints had got so much attention on Reddit, Greenhand started getting requests to roll other, more elaborate joints. People quickly started offering to buy his cannabis creations.
Soon Greenhand was getting requests from pot smokers all over the country. He began rolling joints that looked like rocket ships, peacocks, Pikachu, tacos, slices of pizza, the Prince symbol, and virtually any other imaginable shape or object.
His biggest project so far was a $7,000 commission to create a bunch of joints that looked like different types of weapons. He rolled gun joints, grenade joints, and a massive AK-47 joint.
But his most impressive accomplishment so far is a watermelon shaped joint that was filled with 4.2 pounds of herb. It burned for three hours straight.
Along with making serious money from his ganja masterpieces, this guy’s also transforming the humble joint into a piece of high art. He currently has 121,000 followers on Instagram and is picking up more every single day.
And people are already calling him a revolutionary pioneer on the cannabis scene.
“In a way, what Monet was to Impressionism, Tony is to the art of joint rolling,” said Barry Bard, a cannabis consultant from Denver. “It wouldn’t exist without him.”
Moving Into The Future
Tony Greenhand has no plans to slow down. He’s got a growing base of loyal fans and customers willing to pay top dollar to smoke out of his one of his crazy joints. And he’s just as serious about smoking weed as he is about rolling it up into joints.
“I’m going to try to smoke my weight in weed eventually,” he said recently in a short documentary. “There’s the only time in front of me. And I’ve already done 4.2 pounds. I can do it.”
This guy’s got his sight set on some seriously high goals. And from the sounds of things, we’re confident he’ll reach them all.