"There’s three ounces of pot in it. About $500 worth of Durban Poison," Greenhand told the Huffington Post. The pot gorilla took him a full week to create. "I wanted Harambe to look innocent, as if he’s defending the child," he said.
Greenhand charges up to $10,000 for his creations, which have included a giant Pikachu, pizza slices, Prince's symbol, a peacock with 12 individual joints on it, Master Shake and a menorah.
The fully smokeable gorilla will be put on display at the dispensary, unlike many of his commissions, which are rolled for consumption. "After I finished making it, there was so much symbolism connected with Harambe that I told Cannabend, ‘We shouldn’t smoke it,’" he said. And they won't. Greenhand claims that the blunt gorilla will last up to five years without degrading. That should put the joint about five years past the meme's "best by" date.