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A Magazine for Cannabis Lovers

Broccoli is a magazine created by and for women who love cannabis.

Offered free of charge, Broccoli explores and shapes modern stoner culture by looking at cannabis through an art, culture and fashion lens.

Broccoli gives cannabis a dedicated space to be discussed in a fresh, stylish and approachable new way.

 

Issue 01 has sold out! Thank you for all the support.

 

Subscribe to Broccoli, starting with Issue 02. Broccoli is released three times a year. 

Issue 02 publishes in Spring 2018. 


Weed Ikebana Postcard Set —

 

Keep and share postcards featuring cannabis ikebana arrangements by Amy Merrick, as seen in Broccoli Issue 01. Each set contains 8 cards, with full color art on the front and black ink on the back, with address & stamp prompts for easy mailing. Printed on heavyweight 120 lb eggshell art paper in Portland, Oregon. Each postcard measures 4.25 x 6 inches.

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From Issue 01—

Claire L. Evans — The Terraform editor and Yacht singer on the yawning infinite weirdness. Interview by Fiona Duncan, photographs by Jaclyn Campanaro.

Claire L. Evans — The Terraform editor and Yacht singer on the yawning infinite weirdness. Interview by Fiona Duncan, photographs by Jaclyn Campanaro.

 
 
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Seeking Arrangement — Weed ikebana in full flower. Floral design by Amy Merrick, Photographs by Anja Charbonneau.

 

 

 
 

Counter Culture — Is legalization sweetening the drug deal? Essay by Laura Sullivan Cassidy.

Paper Trails — Serra + Woodblock Chocolate edibles in a paper sculptures universe.  

Paper Trails — Serra + Woodblock Chocolate edibles in a paper sculptures universe.

 

 

 
 
Hail Mary — Cannabis-based alternatives to medicine. Carolyn Gregoire interviews  Mary's Nutritionals CEO Lynn Honderd.

Hail Mary — Cannabis-based alternatives to medicine. Carolyn Gregoire interviews  Mary's Nutritionals CEO Lynn Honderd.

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Luminaries — Reporter, dispensary founder, designer, ice-cream maker: four leading lights of Portland’s pot scene. Profiles by Tahirah Edwards-Byfield.

 

 
Corita Kent — A screenprinting nun’s joyful noise. Essay by Naomi Zeichner, photos courtesy of the Corita Art Center.  

Corita Kent — A screenprinting nun’s joyful noise. Essay by Naomi Zeichner, photos courtesy of the Corita Art Center.

 


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