The Face guide to the 2020s: What’s on the menu? Food futurologist Morgaine Gaye predicts a surge in non-meat meats, the evolution of edible packaging and the introduction of insect protein.
Volume 4 Issue 002: The artist’s new residencies in Nigeria will be a launchpad for a new generation.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Robot “dogs” that drop off parcels, hyperloops and a plane that can travel at three times the speed of sound.
The Face guide to the 2020s: In the words of an expert, “In the 2020s, ageing will be more of a chronic illness than a death sentence.”
The Face guide to the 2020s: What will alcohol consumption look like in the 2020s? The trend is clear: less.
The Face guide to the 2020s: From “pure cremation” to a hydrolysis process with a lower environmental impact – this is how death might look in the 2020s.
The Face guide to the 2020s: What does beauty look like in the 2020s? Algorithm-derived personalised formulas, virtual cosmetic skins and real-time filters that allow you to “try on” a look.
As the Labour heartland turned blue for the first time in 84 years, The Face headed to Retford and Worksop to find out why.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Author Alex Williams discusses the evolution of “the career”, working from home and switching to a four-day working week.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Willie Mack is the co-founder of cannabis enterprise Think BIG. Here he talks global legalisation, weed-infused skincare and innovation with virtual reality.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Victoria Buchanan is a trend forecaster at Future Laboratory. Here she discusses her predictions for fashion, technology and developments in virtual reality.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Lightning-fast reflexes, no fear and endless practice make “Wolfiez” one of gaming’s elite professional competitors. Just don’t tell Jaden Ashman to go play outside.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Sue Horne is the head of space exploration at the UK Space Agency. Here she talks new space stations and Europe’s first mission to Mars.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Stuart Russell, Professor of computer science at the University of California, weighs in on “digital personal assistants” and the tragic prospect of “AI-powered genocide”.
The Face guide to the 2020s: Romantic love is going down and “love drugs” are coming up, at least according to Anna Machin, Evolutionary anthropologist at the University of Oxford.
Brixton’s Ebony Horse Club is creating stable prospects – providing knowledge, positive activity and a career kickstart for countless children.
Saudi Arabia is hosting the heavyweight championship of the world. From accusations of “sportswashing” to hopes that it’ll be a force for change, here’s what it means for the Middle East, politics and sport.
Celebrities are rallying around the cause, but is it all self-serving, or even effective?
In London’s East End they’ve been building championship strongmen for 30 years. We go inside Muscleworks Gym (and come away feeling puny).
Writer of Netflix horror sensation Cam lifts the lid on her latest book Camgirl, an intimate look at life in front and behind the webcam.
In short, yes. Here’s why and what you can do to help.
While it might seem like the cloud is a vague, weightless place propping up the wireless world, there is (of course) physical cloud infrastructure that needs 24/7 power.
The NHS is now treating video game disorder as a mental health issue – here’s what treatment can entail.
The world champion sprinter discusses her Nike x Off-White collab at the sports day-cum-game-show they hosted to celebrate the collection, with a cohort of London's finest creatives in tow.