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Issue 167

Fashion Meets Art - Grace Jones gets a 'Rubber Johnny' style make over from Chris Cunningham

The Devil In Miss Jones The pop-icon Grace Jones gets a 'Rubber Johnny' style make over from Chris Cunninham. Straddling the cutting edge of the fashion, art and music for more than 30 years Grace Jones has made a career out of tearing up the rulebook. 
The Art of Noise The acclaimed New York art rockers talk, spirituality, religion, bad beer, and onstage orgasms. Musical escapists Gang Gang Dance bridge the gap between art and Music like no other band. 
Beauty in the Beast   We talk monsters, myths and meanings with the rising young star of the art world, David Altmejd
Louder Than Bombs - Steve McQueen The Turner Prize-winning artist talks about Hunger, his uncompromising directorial debut.  
Big Idea - CONGOOxfam recruit Rankin to highlight the plight of ordinary people caught in the conflict in the Congo.
Insider: Versace Versace collaborator, Tim Roelofs creates a collage exclusively for Dazed.
Art: Cult VIP - Tomi UngererDazed talks to the campaigning artist and children's book illustrator Tomi Ungerer, whose provocative work came to define the 60's countercultural revolution.
Film: Cut & WrappedJosh Brolin walks in Dubya's shoes in Oliver Stone's W; Love can't speck in Choking Man; drugs are abused in Better Things; Liverpool's changing face is captured in Of Time & The City; US indie gets a new lease of life at the London Film Festival; The Coen Brothers play for laughs in Burn After Reading.
Music: Agony & Ecstasy Crystel Fighters bring some Basque-rocking beats; Salem get satanic in the woods; Kenan Bell teaches the kids to rap; Orna goes crate-digging in Vietnam; Djedtroinic goes deaf to french electro; Swedish label Sincerely Yours really mean it; Fucked Up goes deep into the mix; X-Posure; plus a 16 reviews of this month's best new music releases.