What happened in Vegas……you know we can’t tell you all that! But here’s a photo of Mark and Sasha at their very first trade show, just one stop on their collective vape journey. Awww, Firefly’s all grown up!
Gizmodo introduces the portable vaporizor and details the technological aspects of the Firefly. With stunning features, an aesthetically pleasing design, and speed, Gizmodo promises an experience you’ll love. Read More ›
Firefly’s story begins when two developers left their positions at Apple and Juniper to pursue the creation of a high-end smoking device. Their in-depth knowledge of both software and hardware led to the creation of the technologically advanced Firefly and its optimized experience. Read More ›
“Evolution of Fire” is a motion light painting by media artists Eric Freeman and Toshi Anders Hoo. The animated short explores the theme of human’s long and evolving relationship with fire, from ancient ritual to modern technologies. Freeman and Hoo have developed an innovative “motion light painting” technique using long exposure, stop-motion photography to create animations with a uniquely organic feel. Using custom fiber optic brushes they paint onto each frame using long exposures (up to 12 seconds) with a digital camera system.…
That feeling when you get so lifted you feel like you’re FLYING! There’s nothing like a good vape dance party! This video was shot at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. It’s one of the most beautiful spots in the city. Perfect place for a stop drop and vape break. Our friends who made it at Purple Dandelion also throw cannabis events at a place called the Tree Lounge in LA. Check them out for more cool content and events!
“The Firefly is a vaporizer that has the sleek design of a Bugatti but the raw power of a Mack truck….Speed, strength and style are the defining characteristics that make Firefly a force to be reckoned with in the vaporizer space.” Check out the sweet vape video from the guys at PROHBTD.
We want to live in the surreal natural world Kim Taylor created for his latest music video. He sketched the inital forms from organic inspiration but as he explained to the Creator’s Project, “the plants inhabit their own hyper-real space with kaleidoscopic centers, exploding centers, and phosphorescent gills.” FLORE from Kim Taylor on Vimeo.