Millennials have tried fascinating ways to recruit their peers for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, from ramping up their Tinder game to this, a useable grassroots piece out of Portland, Oregon. While “Burners for Bernie” isn’t the brainchild of Ariel Zimman, the 29-year-old Portland artist is helping those Sanders-leaning smokers put their money where her mouth is by making and marketing ceramic pipes featuring the head and logo of Sanders.

“It was really just a way to show my support for him as a candidate,” Zimman told the Center for Public Integrity. “People love [the pipes], and once they hear they are contributing in some way to the campaign, they are all about that too.”

Selling her “Stonedware” for $60 a piece, with 10 percent going to the campaign, Zimman is rallying others for the senator from Vermont, a state that’s already in the news for making steps toward legalization.

PRO TIP: The Bernie bowl pairs wonderfully with the Jeb! Guaca Bowle.

See, bipartisanship lives.