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New pot shop brings the Grateful Dead to life

Scarlet Fire in Toronto pays tribute to the legendary stoners.

For a band that lost its almost-mythical leader in 1995, the Grateful Dead will simply not fade away. And when devoted Deadhead David Ellison, founder of craft cannabis start-up Scarlet Fire, wanted to put his passion for the band on display at his new retail store in Toronto, he called on SevenPoint Interiors to make it happen.

SevenPoint, having designed several eye-catching cannabis spaces since 2017, ran with Ellison’s vision, developing a brand identity for Scarlet Fire and even creating a gallery for Ellison’s personal collection of Dead memorabilia gathered over thirty years of fandom.  The results, shown here, make a visit to the space positively trippy.

The Store’s Palette

The interior was inspired by one of Ellison’s favorite Grateful Dead archive releases, ironically called Dave’s Picks, Volume 35. Hues include a deep scarlet red, earthy lavender, faded aqua, and mossy emerald green.

Photos by: Erin Leydon

Shelf Space

Scarlet Fire product displays are as informative as they are intriguing. Let your eyes wander as you discover an impeccable and thoughtful selection of cannabis products.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Eric Weinberg on Green Entrepreneur

Published: October 11, 2021

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