There are a select few celebrities that come to mind when you think about weed, and Seth Rogen is likely among them. The actor, producer, screenwriter, and director has practically been a spokesperson for the substance since the early days of his expansive career, casually shifting perceptions about stoners through his cinematic work over the past two decades. But in the not-so-distant future, he very well might become more recognizable for his off-screen impact on cannabis and ceramics.
In 2019, Rogen introduced the weed world to Houseplant, created in partnership with his longtime friend and collaborator Evan Goldberg. This week, the brand has rolled out a refined collection of home goods alongside the launch of their own strains named Diablo Wind, Pancake Ice (both sativas), and Pink Mom (indica).
But what’s perhaps most exciting for those who have been keeping an eye on Rogen’s budding passion for pottery is that Houseplant is selling ceramics: Rogen spearheaded the design for the ashtray set whose release is accompanied by a block table lighter and vinyl box set. (You can actually watch him wedge, throw, trim, fire, and glaze the clay by hand to make the ashtray in this step-by-step tutorial.) All of