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Make your sesh more meaningful with art that will uplift you—right on your rolling papers. 

 

So you're not just getting a work of art. With every pack you buy, you're also supporting the artist and the fight for justice for all Americans.

This premium hemp rolling papers and slow-burning tips are unbleached and completely natural.

King size papers sold in packs of 2.

More about the artist:

Chris Wilson’s story reads like a cautionary Hollywood script about the Black experience in America. Poverty, drug addiction, and gun violence were his childhood norms. At the age of 17, he was charged with a crime, convicted, and sentenced to his natural life in prison. In the 16 years of his incarceration, Chris had to develop a Master Plan to convince a judge that he was worthy of a second chance. Against all odds, his plan worked. He’s now free, an immensely successful author, social justice warrior, and a visual artist. He painted Positive Delusions to bring awareness to the harms of solitary confinement. Stay tuned for the painting's upcoming exhibition at one of the foremost US museums.

 

Material | Unbleached hemp, 33 leaves per booklet with thin, slow-burning tips.

Rolling Papers - Chris Wilson Collection

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Make your sesh more meaningful with art that will uplift you—right on your rolling papers. 

 

So you're not just getting a work of art. With every pack you buy, you're also supporting the artist and the fight for justice for all Americans.

This premium hemp rolling papers and slow-burning tips are unbleached and completely natural.

King size papers sold in packs of 2.

More about the artist:

Chris Wilson’s story reads like a cautionary Hollywood script about the Black experience in America. Poverty, drug addiction, and gun violence were his childhood norms. At the age of 17, he was charged with a crime, convicted, and sentenced to his natural life in prison. In the 16 years of his incarceration, Chris had to develop a Master Plan to convince a judge that he was worthy of a second chance. Against all odds, his plan worked. He’s now free, an immensely successful author, social justice warrior, and a visual artist. He painted Positive Delusions to bring awareness to the harms of solitary confinement. Stay tuned for the painting's upcoming exhibition at one of the foremost US museums.

 

Material | Unbleached hemp, 33 leaves per booklet with thin, slow-burning tips.