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Broccoli Magazine Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com.

Broccoli magazine is the international publication for cannabis lovers. Broccoli is created by women who love weed and presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture. Playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful, it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through creative and inclusive explorations of art, culture, and fashion. It features interviews and profiles of artists, musicians, activists, educational and informative scientific articles, creative photo essays, cultural explorations, art history, and personal essays on feminism, wellness, and rituals. The magazine is founded by the former creative director of Kinfolk Magazine.

Content

Swamp Daisy
Floating through Diana Lynn VanderMuelen’s digital worlds.

Como la Flor
Intersection and recontextualization in the New Golden Age of Mexico: huipiles by Le Jesus interweave folk embroidery and luxury construction.

The Devil’s Milk
HANGER gets freaky with fashion’s most demonized materials.

Baya-ism
The uncategorizable Algerian painter who envisioned her own Eden.

Winona LaDuke
The activist seeding a hemp industry on Indigenous lands.

Power Pose
Jessamyn Stanley on bra crystals, CBD politics, and deflecting projection.

That’s So Raveena
A singer-songwriter makes pearls from pain.

Plus
The endocannabinoid system, Inuit singer-songwriter Riit, Flower by Edie Parker, fake celebrity weed, Kiskanu, a new take on cannabis equity, Niki de Saint Phalle’s tarot sculpture garden, and a look back at Broccoli’s first festival, In Bloom, including profiles, flower horoscopes, film recommendations, Maarquii, and more.

Discover Broccoli Magazine – Issue 7.

Details: Broccoli Magazine – Issue 7

Broccoli is a high quality, collectible magazine of 88 pages, printed on 115 gsm matte art paper with a matte laminate cover and UV gloss title.

Article No. bfbroccolimag0007 Published by Broccoli Magazine Manufactured in USA Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 400 g Dimensions 27 × 224 × 2 cm

Broccoli Magazine Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com.

Broccoli magazine is the international publication for cannabis lovers. Broccoli is created by women who love weed and presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture. Playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful, it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through creative and inclusive explorations of art, culture, and fashion. It features interviews and profiles of artists, musicians, activists, educational and informative scientific articles, creative photo essays, cultural explorations, art history, and personal essays on feminism, wellness, and rituals. The magazine is founded by the former creative director of Kinfolk Magazine.

Content

Swamp Daisy
Floating through Diana Lynn VanderMuelen’s digital worlds.

Como la Flor
Intersection and recontextualization in the New Golden Age of Mexico: huipiles by Le Jesus interweave folk embroidery and luxury construction.

The Devil’s Milk
HANGER gets freaky with fashion’s most demonized materials.

Baya-ism
The uncategorizable Algerian painter who envisioned her own Eden.

Winona LaDuke
The activist seeding a hemp industry on Indigenous lands.

Power Pose
Jessamyn Stanley on bra crystals, CBD politics, and deflecting projection.

That’s So Raveena
A singer-songwriter makes pearls from pain.

Plus
The endocannabinoid system, Inuit singer-songwriter Riit, Flower by Edie Parker, fake celebrity weed, Kiskanu, a new take on cannabis equity, Niki de Saint Phalle’s tarot sculpture garden, and a look back at Broccoli’s first festival, In Bloom, including profiles, flower horoscopes, film recommendations, Maarquii, and more.

Discover Broccoli Magazine – Issue 7.

Details: Broccoli Magazine – Issue 7

Broccoli is a high quality, collectible magazine of 88 pages, printed on 115 gsm matte art paper with a matte laminate cover and UV gloss title.

Article No. bfbroccolimag0007 Published by Broccoli Magazine Manufactured in USA Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 400 g Dimensions 27 × 224 × 2 cm
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