Sam Taylor-Johnson opens up about the film tackling addiction and the controversy surrounding a “memoir” built on lies.
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Adam Zmith’s new book explores the history of poppers, from its medicinal properties to its hedonistic centre stage in queer culture. Aaaaand inhale...
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.
Artist Tan Gillies mixes moving image, painting, sculpture and photography in a soul-bearing new exhibition tackling mental health, domestic abuse and the hard road to getting clean.
Contact, a new photobook by Harry Hawkes, documents the intoxicating bodies gathering in clubs post-pandemic, all in the name of human interaction.
The photographer’s new book, While You Were Sleeping, presents unseen photos from London’s clubs between 1998 and 2000. Here, the great Geordie describes the dancefloor’s pre-millennial magic.
The Taliban is clamping down on heroin production. UK experts warn this could lead to an explosion of dangerous synthetic opioids.
She sings about her love for sushi, isn’t afraid of being vulnerable and makes bops for the it-girl that resides in all of us. Now, BAYLI is back with another intimate single, Think of Drugs.
Instagram-surrealism, Jeffrey Campbell Litas, custom-made drugs and finding new ways to entertain ourselves: our favourite Substack writers more weigh in on the future of everything.
Jackson Payne and Jack Layfield’s new short film tells the powerful story of artist Tan Gillies who, against all odds, beat drug addiction, domestic violence and a mental health nightmare.
Review: Henry Blake’s debut is a powerful, eye-opening story of child exploitation.