No, Doug Ford Did Not Endorse this Dispensary’s Highly Controversial Art Work

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

NEWS No, Doug Ford did not endorse this dispensary's highly controversial art work 'I won’t apologize for having the Adam/Doug Ford figure nude,' tweets Calyx + Trichomes Cannabis By Angela Stelmakowich A Kingston, Ont. dispensary commissioned a weed-friendly parody of Michelangelo’s fresco painting, The Creation of Adam / Photo: Twitter, Calyx + Trichomes Cannabis

An artistic interpretation of cannabis legalization in Canada that includes Doug Ford, premier of the country’s largest province, was meant to be celebratory, not controversial, but what is it they say about the road paved by good intentions?

It all started when a Kingston, Ont. dispensary commissioned a weed-friendly parody of Michelangelo’s fresco painting, The Creation of Adam — but with a full-frontal Ford instead of Adam.

“Our art was a little controversial but I won’t apologize for having the Adam/Doug Ford figure nude,” tweets Calyx + Trichomes Cannabis. “The original was nude with a classic penis and it would be fatphobic to have him covered. This art was a celebration of legalization and something we will always treasure,” notes the tweet (Warning: Some readers may find the image offensive).

And who’s that portraying God? Well, that would be Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose inception of legalized recreational cannabis definitely took longer than seven days.

The reaction on Twitter to the display of Adam’s naughty bits was, as one might imagine, divided.

One tweet was onboard with the display, although wondered if it was pot seeds surrounding Trudeau.

Another tweet wondered why Ford was Full Monty, while Trudeau was not.

The company response: “It would be artistically inaccurate.”

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