The National High Holiday Of 4/20 Just Got A Little More Trippy
Joe | Apr 12, 2013 | Comments 4
Our readers may have noticed a couple of things as of late: 1) the epic high holiday of 4/20 is almost upon us and 2) 3D movies are the new big thing.
But anyone can make a 3D movie, and by anyone I mean a movie studio with a huge budget. Any weekend you can go see a 3D movie, or usually more than one. You can pay 10 or 12 bucks, and when it’s over you can’t take it home and experience it again.
How about a free 3D magazine full of pictures of amazing looking weed and entertaining, informative articles? If you live in the southern CA area, The 420 Times has you covered!
“4/20 has always been a very special day for our readers” remarks Dave Brian, editor of The 420 Times. “Even though it’s a day for people to celebrate the progress medical marijuana and legalization efforts have made recently — this year, it’s about to get a little bit more trippy.”
The free April issue of The 420 Times is printed in a special “Canna Vision 3D” process – and includes special 3D glasses for viewing. Readers can trip out on elaborate photos as The 420 Times special 3D issue takes their readers into a harvest-ready grow room, explores the inner world of marijuana with photography under an electron microscope, showcasing the artistry of world-renown glass artists, explains the history of the term 420 — and hears from activists and advocates on what “420” means to them.
This special edition hits the streets of Southern California in over 600 locations starting April 12th, 2013 and is distributed weekly until May 15th, 2013.
“This special 3D issue is really awesome — and is already creating quite a buzz with our readers — whether they are medicated or not” quips Brian. “The most overheard word so far on the magazine has been, ‘Whoa.’”
If you are in the SoCal area, make sure you pick up your copy of The 420 Times Magazine 3D edition before they are off the stands and shelves. You don’t want to be the only one without this piece of memorabilia from this year’s historic 4/20.