Do you want to spend the night with Seth Rogen?
The actor-turned-ceramicist is teaming up with Airbnb to offer United States residents the chance to join the artist for a secluded stay in a midcentury modern manse, surrounded by his (legitimately great) handmade, psychedelically colored, gloppily glazed vessels.
Boasting a ceramics studio where guests can get their hands dirty alongside the artist, the creative space is also decked out in products from Houseplant, the cannabis lifestyle company Rogen cofounded in 2019. (He’s a pothead in more ways than one.)
Billed as serving up “thoughtfully designed items you will love if you love weed,” the products include an assortment of smoking accoutrements, such as ashtrays and matchboxes, plus an LP curated by Rogen and his creative and business partner Evan Goldberg that features a carefully curated selection of songs to listen to depending on what kind of weed you’re smoking—or if you’re “doing something else that would be nice with a soundtrack.” Visitors should only count on a contact high, though, as no cannabis products will be provided during the experience.
“I don’t know what’s more of a Houseplant vibe than a creative retreat at a midcentury Airbnb filled with our Housegoods, a pottery wheel, and incredible views of L.A.,” Rogen said in a statement. “Add me, and you’ll have the ultimate experience.”
Starting on February 7, interested parties can request to book one of the single-night experiences, offered on February 15, 16, and 17 for just $42, and Airbnb will make a donation to Hilarity for Charity, a nonprofit organization supporting families affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
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