Grenco Science is proud to announce their latest collaboration with up and coming streetwear brand Badwood, the brainchild of young Los Angeles artist Natalie Wood. The ‘Feels Good To Be Bad’ collection features separate box sets for the G Pen Elite and the microG vaporizer, emblazoned with original yet distinct Badwood artwork. Each kit comes in a commemorative make-up vanity box with a clutch featuring the now-iconic “Badwood Ski Mask” logo, a print of an original painting for the collaboration, complete with various accessories including a compact mirror, bottle opener grinder card, miniature permanent marker, rolling tray, temporary lip tattoos, and customized adhesive bandages, making it the perfect kit for a girl’s night out.
Shop The Collection: GPEN.COM/BADWOOD
To commemorate the release of the ‘Feels Good To Be Bad’ collaborative collection, Grenco Science assisted Natalie in fulfilling a lifelong dream of showcasing her coveted original artwork in her debut showing last week at the Seventh Letter Gallery in West Hollywood. The event featured the exclusive pre-release of the collaboration, a gallery of Natalie’s paintings, sketches, and an interactive installation bringing the Badwood art and imagery to life.
Recap of the release event: GPEN.COM/FEELSGOODTOBEBAD
Born and raised in the City of Los Angeles, Natalie Wood is a budding young streetwear designer, fine artist and lifestyle influencer. After taking to the streets of Miami to gain knowledge in the competitive world of street art, the iconic Badwood ‘ski mask’ logo was born and can still be seen plastered on the legendary Wynwood Walls to this day. From humble beginnings as a 20 year old one-woman-operation printing in her parents’ garage and performing her distinctive “Blasted by Badwood” marker tattoos on notable celebrities, production of her products soon expanded beyond her solo capability. Still, she is known for her commitment to personally screen printing all of her limited edition collections. “Badwood” the individual is defining a lifestyle among her peers and is awestruck by the growing number of loyalists who follow her commentary and support her imagery.