Artist turns marijuana smoke into works of art

Associated Press
Brazilian artist Fernando de la Rocque blows marijuana smoke onto a stencil overlaying paper to create his art at his studio in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday Aug.  20, 2012. Some of Rocque's pot-stained prints are being sold for $2,500 each. A show featuring the work opened last week at a small alternative gallery in the stylish Ipanema neighborhood. It takes him a week to complete a single print  blowing about five joints' worth of smoke onto a paper daily.  (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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Brazilian painter, Fernando de la Rocque, makes art in his Rio de Janeiro studio out of smoking pot. It takes him a week to do a single print — blowing about five joints of smoke onto a paper daily.

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