Big Fast Food muscles in on Veganuary. But following Greggs, McDonald’s and KFC’s meat-free menu additions, will BK’s plant-based burger leave a nasty taste in your mouth?
Jordan Luca, Paria Farzaneh, Bethany Williams, Robyn Lynch, Nicholas Daley, Charles Jeffrey, Stefan Cooke, Wales Bonner, Art School, Martine Rose.
The internet funnyman returns for a second series of Jason’s Closet, where Royal Ascot’s Ladies Day, Extinction Rebellion protests and an acid house rave are on the menu.
Meet Trackie McLeod, Corbin Shaw and Sam Harris, the British artists challenging hyper-masculine stereotypes and raising awareness on mental health.
For fans of the band, this carousel of studio sessions, concert clips and, um, not much else will prove a disappointment.
Photographer Martin Andersen spent five years capturing the highs and lows of the Premier League team. Now you can see it all in his book, Can’t Smile Without You.
Introducing ... FIMS! The Salford University course teaching tomorrow’s budding super-creatives – and they’re releasing an off-the-wall zine.
Cieron Magat has been documenting us on his trusty iPhone.
Número de Serie uses art and design to spark the ever-crucial conversations surrounding HIV and sexual health. Now they’ve released a non-profit T-shirt – and it’s gorgeous.
Yorkshire-born photographer Dan Bailey captures the weird, the wonderful and the beautiful of Japan in his book, Disposables.
In London’s East End they’ve been building championship strongmen for 30 years. We go inside Muscleworks Gym (and come away feeling puny).
Take it from the leftfield grime producer, Edinburgh is more than just a hub for middle-class mums during Fringe.
The Welsh designer has a penchant for pubs. It takes us three pints of lager and a packet of crisps to find out why.
Amongst the day-to-day prostitution, gambling and smells of rotting carcasses, Greg Girard set about capturing the final decade of the vice-ridden city in the heart of Hong Kong.
ArgueSKE 1994-1997 celebrates the late photographer’s personal work that came to define ’90s counterculture, featuring tributes from Jaime King, Harmony Korine and Glen Luchford.
Joe Sweeney’s latest exhibition tackles the weird, wide world of modern masculinity. With knobs on/in.
The cult art magazine returns for its fifth year, just in time for the witching season. Spooky!
We fell in love with the pages of Call Me by Your Name back in 2007, and with it again on-screen in 2017. Now, Aciman reunites Elio and Oliver in Find Me, which begs the question: does true love ever die?
The fashion designer and head of jewellery at Dior Homme weighs in on her new unisex line of Chucks inspired by the military bunny boot.