3 cannabis products tattoo artist Scott Campbell can't live without


Visual artist Scott Campbell is known for tattooing A-list stars and selling out gallery shows around the world. He also helped pioneer the luxury cannabis movement in the mid 2010s with his uber-chic brand Beboe.  Dubbed the “Hermes of Marijuana” by the NYT in 2016, a time when people still used the racially charged term interchangeably with cannabis, Beboe burst on the scene with a pared-down product line that featured low-dose pastilles and solid gold vaporizers. Founded by Campbell and Clement Kwan, a fashion executive who, at the time, was President of global e-commerce retailer YOOX but later moved on to serve as COO of Marley Natural, the two executed a brand that was far more sophisticated than others on the pre Prop-64 market.  Given this unicorn union of fashion exec and artist, Beboe was as high-end aesthetically as it was conceptually. A simple rose gold vaporizer presented in a white slide out-box adorned with rose gold etchings by Campbell. The look was simple, concise, and dinner party ready. Things were further elevated by celebrity friends like Orlando Bloom, Sharon Stone, and Justin Theroux, all of whom attended Beboe’s West Hollywood launch, which was a seated dinner party as opposed to a typical industry mixer commonly held in warehouses turned event centers.  Despite this lofty presence, the story behind the brand itself is sweet and emotional. “My mom was diagnosed with cancer when I was seven,” Campbell told Weedmaps. “She fought it for about eight years before it finally got the best of her. She was in and out of treatment, so my grandmother, who was named Be Boe (short for Bernice), took care of my sister and would come from Louisiana on the weekends to where we lived in Houston, because there was a big cancer treatment facility there.” …

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