Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang and Grenco Science together launched the first vaporizer into space! Available now at http://GPen.com/TaylorGang
With great honor Grenco Science proudly welcomes Wiz Khalifa’s record label and management company, Taylor Gang Ent., as an official partner of the industry’s leading vaporizer company. In celebration of this revolutionary collaboration, Grenco Science unveils the first two releases in the Taylor Gang collection, the Taylor Gang | microG and Taylor Gang | G Slim Vaporizer.
The partnership embodies the essence of Taylor Gang’s next-level presence and style, showcasing the microG in its most advanced form to date. This particular microG carries the theme of a top-secret mission to space, which is befitting because the Taylor Gang | microG took flight to a height of 114,343 feet becoming the first vaporizer in space.
The preferred technology of Taylor Gang, the microG possesses an industry-leading functionality Grenco Science products are known for, and a sleekness and style that are second to none.
“It’s an honor for Taylor Gang to join the Grenco family,” says Wiz Khalifa. “After using G Pens for years, it only made sense to collaborate.”
Approved by Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Berner, Sledgren, Chevy Woods, Tuki Carter, J.R. Donato and Courtney Noelle, the Taylor Gang collection is available now on GPen.com/TaylorGang and at select retailers worldwide.
Last night, Happy Socks celebrated the release of their collaboration with Snoop Dogg and their first collection, “The Art of Inspiration”. The line features designs that reference painting, one of Snoop’s latest obsessions. DJ Snoopadelic held down the decks throughout the night, and guests included Slink Johnson (Black Jesus), LL Cool J, and Miguel.
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Converse has teamed up with LA based hardcore band, Trash Talk, to launch the CONS Pro Leather Skate Collection. To celebrate this release, Trash Talk built out a legendary pop up shop on 3rd St in West Hollywood, complete with a half pipe and branded ‘No Peace’ neons. They also have their full merch collection, limited edition jewelry and their limited edition microG for sale at the shop.
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Last Friday, Hall of Fame and Grenco Science came together to celebrate the release of their ‘DNA Series’ capsule collection which includes four color-ways of microG travel cases with matching snapback hat, tee, and raglan. The party, held at Hall of Fames flagship location on Fairfax Ave in West Hollywood, upheld the spirit of baseball by serving hot dogs, peanuts and popcorn and showcased the full collection in a sleek display case with oversized prints of the microG’s included in the collection. Guests included G Pen founder Chris Folkerts, Hall of Fame founders Greg Johnsen and Arsen Salatinjants, G Life Skate rider Shmatty Chaffin, DGK’s Eli Gold, and Fairfax regular Tyler the Creator.
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Grenco Science San Francisco Pop Up Shop Is Open!
Friday, October 17th, 2014 – San Francisco, CA – Grenco Science, the personal vaporizer powerhouse behind the G Pen, is proud to announce the opening of the first pop up retail location!
The Grenco Science pop up shop is located at 780 Sutter St. in San Francisco’s Union Square and is open 7 days a week. The shop will carry all the latest Grenco Science products, box sets, accessories, collaborations, apparel, and merchandise exclusive to the pop up.
Jude Angelini signed copies of “Hyena” at The Pancake Epidemic last week. “Hyena” is Jude’s collection of short stories and it’s hard to put down once you’ve started it. Get a copy for everyone in your life who could use a laugh, available on Amazon and wherever quality literature is sold.
Thanks to everyone who came out to The Well on Friday night! Jez Dior and Nineteen EightyFour started things off, then Doja Cat got the crowd ready for the main event. If you haven’t seen Bad Rabbits yet, don’t sleep on their live show. Not to be missed. Check out the pics below if you couldn’t make it. See you again soon, Los Angeles!