This handsome, tusk-shaped, 30-inch-long, 1.5-pound doob is valued at $24,000 and has been described as "a multi-day endeavor" (which, sure, with that attitude). It was commissioned by an LA-based cannabis startup called Stone Road Farms and was created for an auction/benefit in support of the African Wildlife Foundation.
According to a report by Forbes, the joint was rolled by Weavers, a noted joint-roller and artist, when a Hollywood prop designer was unable to complete the project. In addition to several fantastic strands of weed and hash, it features a blunt-paper base and three layers of 24-karat gold Shine rolling papers. And again, it also looks like a tusk.
"Beyond throwing a party to celebrate our expansion, I wanted to incorporate a social cause element," Stone Road Farms founder Lex Corwin told the publication, "so I decided to create a joint in the shape of a giant elephant tusk to signify the detrimental toll the ivory trade takes on wild elephants."