Dos & Don'ts: 400 New Jokes From the Funniest Magazine Column to Ever Exist in the History of the Universe

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Canongate Books, Sep 1, 2011 - Photography - 224 pages
In this new book of photographs - complete with sniping commentary - that document the dizzy heights and murky depths of street fashion, VICE magazine's staple humour series is collected in its entire, unabashed glory. The DOs are put on a pedestal that soars way past God and the DON'Ts are so cruel they sound litigiously close to death threats. DOs and DON’Ts will be the ultimate compendium of the hilarious fashion commentary that has helped forge VICE magazine's reputation; always mean, bang on and roaringly funny.
 

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VICE Magazine was founded in Montreal in 1994 and has grown into one of the biggest brands in magazine publishing, with offices in twenty-four cities worldwide. Its unique blend of irreverence, sardonic humour, investigative journalism and photography has carved its own niche in the cultural landscape. More recently it has been a digital pioneer, with the Viceland website and the hugely influential VBS TV which has produced documentaries on Liberia, North Korea, the dance music phenomenon 'donk', HEAVY METAL IN BAGHDAD and most recently SWANSEA LOVE SONG. And if that was not enough, there is also Vice Records.

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