The author’s new book, We Can Do Better Than This, tells 35 stories from queer people around the world, from the UK and Bangladesh to Russia and South Korea.
We’re no strangers to a good party, our lot. So on Tuesday the team sacked off the desk (for a bit) and enjoyed a knees-up at The Standard in King’s Cross, raising a glass to our seventh issue. Check out some photos from the night, here.
Photographer Heather Glazzard and stylist Nathan Henry’s new zine is empowering the trans and non-binary community through fashion.
Lex Shu Chan and Claire Sachiko launched digital cookbook Recipes Against Racism last month. Featuring dishes from leading Asian restaurants and chefs, the pair are on a mission to raise money and stop anti-Asian hate crime.
Get to know the Dutch musician-raver-artist blending her free-spirited upbringing with her No.1 love: the dancefloor.
The self-proclaimed cheeky chappy proves his lyrical prowess on new song, Oliver Twist.
In a major film with exclusive features from pop culture icons Dionne Warwick and Dominique Jackson, there really is no better way to celebrate the Woolmark finalists including Matty Bovan, Thebe Magugu and Bethany Williams.
Electric Noir’s slick BAFTA-nominated whodunnit puts police discrimination against British Black men under the spotlight, but has a few blindspots of its own.
After a year of uncertainty and pandemic-induced delays, Coventry is bracing itself for a 12-month cultural renaissance. Coming like a ghost town? Not if the city’s art scene can help it…
We chat to global MUA Raoúl Alejandre about how makeup could help you tap into your higher consciousness.
In a project produced by skate-mag Sneeze and funded by adidas Originals, the artist and filmmaker recreates his iconic Rain Painting technique onto exclusive sneakers – and he‘s made a short film, Fire Finder, to go alongside it.