Categories
BLOG

cannabis coloring pages

Weed Coloring Pages for Adults

Need things to do while high? Maybe you’re not stoned at all and just need something to do to help you relax and relieve your stress? Or maybe you want something to color so you can just pass the time?

Fun Stoner Coloring Pages!

Here are some free printable weed coloring pages for adults that you can download and print from right at home! Fun for all adults while sober or high!

Disclaimer: Stoner Coloring Pages

Although medical and recreational cannabis are legal in many states, we do not condone it, or any other drugs. These are simply themed marijuana coloring pages for adults to help them relieve their stress and relax.

If you like stoner coloring pages then you may also like trippy coloring pages.

Recent Posts

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Cookie settingsACCEPT

Privacy Overview

Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.

Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.

Weed Coloring Pages for Adults Need things to do while high? Maybe you’re not stoned at all and just need something to do to help you relax and relieve your stress? Or maybe you want something to

This Adult Coloring Book Celebrates Modern Cannabis in All Its Diversity

The Stoner Babes Coloring Book may be the intersectional weed-related crafts opportunity you’ve been waiting for.

By Jagger Blaec 3/22/2018 at 8:35am

“The whole basis of this project was to show this wide variety of people who partake. Some smoke weed more than others, yet they’re all successful doing things in the world.”

When some people hear the word “stoner,” the image of a bro whose hoodie stinks of weed and laughs like Seth Rogen may come to mind. This outdated caricature of cannabis consumers has plagued sophisticated stoners for years. But with the help of cannabis advocates in our era of state-by-state legalization, this stigma is rapidly becoming extinct. Portland artist Katie Guinn is one of the people determined to destroy it for good with her new Stoner Babes Coloring Book.

“For a while, I wanted to get rid of that word,” explains Guinn. “But it already exists. So let’s just change how people feel about it.”

The 128-page paperback book, slated for September publication, includes more than 60 black-and-white illustrations of what Guinn describes as “gorgeous humans.” This includes portraits of femmes and non-binary individuals, all smoking weed. Guinn drew all the cannabis-inspired creations. “The whole basis of this project was to show this wide variety of people who partake,” she says. “Some smoke weed more than others, yet they’re all successful doing things in the world.”

All the “babes” who participated in the project are distinctive and “super-gorgeous in their own way,” Guinn says. She wanted to steer clear of the clichés most often envisioned when it comes to stereotypical beauty standards. Guinn not only helps reclaim the word stoner, but pushes for a more inclusive definition for cannabis enthusiasts.

Katie Guinn was born and raised in Portland, and is a mostly self-taught artist with a degree in apparel design. Over the past few years she has re-incorporated cannabis into her wellness routine. “I think wellness means not only your body health, but your head health,” she says. “I’m not well unless I can make art most everyday. I start to get really crazy if I don’t get a chance to write or draw or paint.”

This book is not only about representation, but is also therapeutic act of self-care.

“I spent a lot of time searching for people because I wanted to make sure I represented a wide variety of humans,” Guinn says. “And I wasn’t able to get everyone I wanted, but I think it turned out really great. Pot smoking can be therapy for people, too. But basically it’s the ultimate collaboration for me and everyone else who gets the book. And I envision people taking pieces out and hanging them on their wall, displaying it as an art that we made together. That’s my hope.”

Jagger Blaec is a Portland-based freelance writer.

'The Stoner Babes Coloring Book' may be the intersectional weed-related crafts opportunity you've been waiting for. ]]>