Fox Cannabis is in a Bermuda triangle of a location, just southeast of Sunnyside in a warehouse district cornered by I-25 on the east, 48th Avenue to the north and I-70 to the south. The security cameras over the door hint at the use of the otherwise nondescript building. Inside, Fox Cannabis is clean and quaint. The front of the building was converted into a small but functional dispensary; the floors are tiled, and the walls are painted a blend of earthy greens, tans and blues. Against those walls are color and black-and-white Colorado nature pics shot by local photographers, which hang from thin metal cables strung from the ceiling. The simplicity flows through to the sparse but welcoming bud bar. A counter fashioned from dark-stained wood and black metal is in front of the west wall, with all of the shop's strains stacked in tall jars along the top and prices increasing as you move from left to right. There's some artwork on the walls, but otherwise the room is left wide open. It might make you realize how much crap — pipes, shirts — other dispensaries put out for sale to patients and how nice an uncluttered space can be. To the right of the herb jars is a simple display of the few edibles for sale. The dispensary also has a small display of bubble hash, butane wax and strain-specific shatter hash.