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Marijuana masterpiece: See Colorado-themed Caregivers' Cup trophy/giant bong (PHOTO)

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As part of our Caregivers' Cup coverage, we shared bong porn: photos of work by glass master Wes Richards, who was creating a five-foot-tall, Colorado-themed bong to serve as a traveling trophy for winner of the Cup's people's choice prize. Well, the cup, which will be awarded to Matt H. for his Island Sweet Skunk strain at the upcoming KushConII, is finally finished, and we've got the first photo of this massive piece of smoke-worthy art. Check it out below: More from our Marijuana archive: "Medical marijuana: Caregivers' Cup preview, plus a look at that controversial (and sexy) flier."

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