This is one of those sentences that seem obvious as soon as you hear it, but did you know that Seth Rogen has a cannabis company? It's true! The guy who made his name portraying stoners in movies like Pineapple Express and Knocked Up co-founded a company named Houseplant in 2019 with Evan Goldberg (his co-writer/co-director on several projects, including Superbad and This Is the End).

Houseplant is a company that believes strongly in educating people about cannabis use and working for its legalization everywhere. But that's not all they do - you see, a few years back, Seth Rogen apparently developed a significant interest in pottery. So he's been using Houseplant to team up with potters that he thinks produce interesting work - and now, he's actually teamed up with a Montana artist to sell his pottery on Houseplant's website.

That potter is Adam Field, who's based out in Helena. He and Rogen have been collaborating for a bit, and some of Field's work on the site are based on designs that he and Rogen worked on together. KPAX has the story with Field about how he and Rogen first got to know each other.

This is obviously pretty big for an artist like Field, but he also believes that it's big for the pottery community at large - when a celebrity that's as well-known as Seth Rogen really puts his energy behind something like this, it can expose that art to a lot of people who may not have seen it otherwise.

You can check out Houseplant's website to learn more, and you can see Adam Field's page on the website right here.

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