Cannabis is No Small Inspiration for Neon Artist Tory DiPietro

For LA-based neon artist Tory DiPietro, cannabis has been a constant inspiration throughout her life. DiPietro's father, who was a cannabis grower, passed away when she was 15 — but his legacy lives on in her art, and in her elevated approach to life. For some, it might be surprising to see someone who works more than 100-hour weeks to be "stoned," but for DiPietro, she's living life on her terms, as an artist — a dream come true. If life is a struggle, she says, you might as well struggle doing what you love.


At the third annual Hall of Flowers (HOF), a business-to-business cannabis industry trade show, concentrate company Pluto soft-launched its first (and limited) edition vaporizer, the Hani Stone, in collaboration with the design and tech driven hardware company, Hanu Labs. Pluto emerges from the same minds who launched the mental health and wellness-oriented CBD brand Hilani. But Pluto aspires to move beyond the terrestrial realm of wellness, and transport consumers to a world unhindered by time constraints and abounding in a diversity of characters peacefully coexisting.

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