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How Jake Shane claimed TikTok’s comedy throne

He made a name for himself reviewing octopus dishes, before turning his hand to hyper-specific reenactments of historical events, such as John Hancock’s mega-signature on Declaration of Independence. What could possibly be next?

Beryl Cook and Tom of Finland embrace excess

They're not two artists you'd immediately pair together. But a new exhibition is showcasing perviously unearthed similarities between Beryl Cook and Tom of Finland – namely, big bums and an affinity with queer culture.

Nadia Lee Cohen takes Tokyo!

The hottest photographer in the world right now has just returned from Japan, where she launched the latest edition of her photo book Women: Pirated Edition. It’s already sold out, but lucky for you she documented her travels for THE FACE.

The secret history of 90s free party raves

In her new exhibition, Hidden Tracks: A decade of free parties, which opens on 10th April at Gallery46, Seana Gavin draws from her huge archive of photography and diary entries to give us a first-person peek into the sweaty, heady days of peak rave culture.

Salamander Days: a coming-of-age film like no other

There have been sold-out screenings across Europe and the States and there's a full-blown trilogy in the works. The film’s directors Rebekah Sherman-Myntti and KJ Rothweiler tell us how they pursued their dreams on a shoestring budget.

Why fanfic is Hollywood’s latest obsession

Another alleged Harry Styles fanfic film is about to hit screens this summer, as Anne Hathaway and Nicholas Galitzine star in The Idea of You. How did the internet’s horny teenage fantasies become such big business?

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