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A Magazine for Cannabis Lovers
 
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On the cover: Mary Steffens of The Family Acid, 1976. Photo by Roger Steffens.

 

A Magazine for Cannabis Lovers

Issue 03 is here and shipping as of 8/8/2018!

Broccoli is the international magazine for cannabis lovers. 

Created by women who love weed, Broccoli is a magazine and a community for a new perspective on cannabis culture. Playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful, it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through creative and inclusive explorations of art, culture, and fashion.

The magazine is offered free of charge to our global community of readers. 

A subscription is for three issues per year. If you'd like to order single copies of the magazine without a subscription, please check out our store.

 
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From Issue 03—

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Blue Dream — Cannabis cyanotypes, lasting impressions etched in blue. Words by Samantha Clark, images by Fieldwork Flowers and Anja Charbonneau.

 
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Pretty Creepy — A roundup of our favorite stylish horror movies. Words by Tilly Craig, photo by Vanessa Granda.

 
 
 
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Hemp Life — Hisako Nakatani reflects on her own mystical relationship with hemp and its legacy in Japanese culture. Translation by Autumn Smith.

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The Witching Hour — 420 waits for no one.  Photos by Vanessa Granda. Nails by Eda Levenson.

 
 
 
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The Family Acid — Documenting counterculture.  Photos by Roger Steffens. Words by Pip Usher.

 
 
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Les Filles de Illighadad — A radical Tuareg guitarist reinterprets the sounds of the Sahara. Review by Anja Charbonneau. 

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Shifting Perspectives — Two writers, two stories. Meryl Montgomery and Simran Sethi explore the transformative qualities of cannabis. Photo by Rens Rohe.

 

Also in Issue 03 — Conceptual Japanese architecture, mood rings, social responsibility in cannabis, wrestling leagues, trips to space, a bathtime fortune teller, and one single weed cat.

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