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Broccoli Magazines
Broccoli Magazines
Broccoli Magazines
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In Broccoli Issue 13, Lido Pimienta sings for the angels, a rock collector unpacks the urge to stash, Indigenous growers in Colombia fight the capitalist green rush, and we stroll through the extraordinary botanical garden, Lotusland

Plus : Nadine Smith on gateways, altered states, and homecomings, four artists render the zodiac in blacklight posters, Qiu Jin’s radical Chinese poetry, we get to the bottom of what “psychoactive” really means, and a mushroom shopping list (just for fungi).

88 pages, perfect bound, with foil logo on cover and premium art paper inside.

 

Presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture, Broccoli is playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful; it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through explorations of art, culture, and fashion. In Broccoli Issue 14, a Zapotec community in Mexico fights for the right to grow, we remember unsung grunge pioneer Tina Bell, Crystal Quartez listens to the flowers, and stoners from Uruguay to Turkey to Switzerland tell us where they get their weed. Plus: the turn of the kaleidoscope, a few laughs with 70s weed cookbook author Evelyn Schmevelyn, answers to the question "WTF is Delta-8?", quasars as a model for living, vintage smoking essentials, and a mossy wonderland. 88 pages, perfect bound, with holographic foil logo on cover and premium art paper inside.

 

Presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture, Broccoli is playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful; it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through explorations of art, culture, and fashion. In Broccoli Issue 15, Afg Suga celebrates hash and Afghani heritage, we dive deep into the colorful life of sea slugs and investigate the potential and peril of synthetic cannabinoids, Okyken sings sacred songs from Siberia, a writer finds her own definition of a good mom, and we smalltalk about the magic of miniatures. Plus: the true myth of the legendary strain Maui Wowee, a folk history of brooms, a subterranean sound system in Tennessee, Visual Citizens’ digital tumbleweeds, and a crystalline section devoted to glass of all forms. 88 pages, perfect bound, with shiny foil logo on cover and premium art paper inside.