Could Chic E-Cigarettes Help Cut Tobacco Dependence? [Pics]

Could Chic E-Cigarettes Help Cut Tobacco Dependence? [Pics]
Arts & Culture

French graffiti artist gives electronic cigarettes a pop art makeover.

Ross Brooks
  • 24 october 2013

With electronic cigarettes appealing to more and more people as a “healthy” alternative to regular smoking, it’s only natural that companies would want to put a bit more effort into their image. Art Smoke is one such example, who have collaborated with French graffiti artist André to design a pair of electronic cigarettes that come in a limited edition pop color collector’s case.

Each case comes complete with two electronic cigarettes – one blue and one pink – as well as a capsule of refill liquid which comes in a choice of 60 flavors, a USB charger and a regular charger. The company which was founded in March of this year is so far the only company that offers a stylish alternative to the normally bland e-cigarette.


The limited edition case is already available at colette, and set to go on sale in Art Smoke boutiques and the brand’s online shop in December. With the design bringing back some of the elegance and mystique that surrounded smoking in the past, you can expect to pay $177 for the most fashionable e-cigarette on the market.

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