“Papriko 420”: A Humorous Art Project For Those Who Are Stoned – Design You Trust

“Papriko 420”: A Humorous Art Project For Those Who Are Stoned

“Papriko – Four Twenty” is an art project surrounding cannabis culture and other uplifting stuff by creative studio PAPRIKO Ink., a multi-disciplinary design and art studio based in Switzerland and Japan.

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