Ernest Magazine 7 - Cover

Ernest #7

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Inside the long-awaited issue 7 of Ernest Journal:

Inventory I: A treasury of artefacts, specimens and curious tales including the immortal jellyfish, subterranean mail trains, disappearing sounds, cryptic messages, human skin-bound books, ghost net goods and cooking with shed tools.

Inventory II: A smörgåsbord of photography, apparel and wild food, including a... ​​Read More

Inside the long-awaited issue 7 of Ernest Journal:

Inventory I: A treasury of artefacts, specimens and curious tales including the immortal jellyfish, subterranean mail trains, disappearing sounds, cryptic messages, human skin-bound books, ghost net goods and cooking with shed tools.

Inventory II: A smörgåsbord of photography, apparel and wild food, including a journal of winterscapes, the etymology of wetlands, swimwear made from waste, how to make jerky, a tent hammock and how to create a mountain cyanotype

Bread Making in Space: A team of engineers, scientists and food researchers are striving to bring the simple pleasures of bread back to homesick astronauts. Their mission: to bake crumb-free bread in space.

The Evolution of Sea Charts: Today we rely on GPS devices to navigate, but it wasn’t so long ago that nautical charts told of coastal topography, off-lying islets and even mythical islands – and of course, guided us safely through the high seas. We navigate the history of nautical cartography, from tactile maps to medieval charts.

Route 500: Journey with photographer Sarah Mason as she finds a tonic for her anxiety in the wild landscapes of Scotland’s north coast.

Mapping Antarctic Women: Women have played a vital role in shaping our understanding of the Antarctic, but their role has not been celebrated on continental maps. Humanitarian Carol Devine set out to change that; to create a map with all the places named after females on it, and in turn discover the history of the frozen continent.

Tthe Keaton Brothers: Meet the Victorian duo who developed the photographic hide through a series of absurd devices.

Prince Philip, Volcano God: Travel to the Melanesian island of Tanna where residents worship Prince Philip as a volcano God.

The Closet Of Sir Kenelm Digby: Sir Kenelm Digby: courtier, swordsman, alchemist and home brewer. We explore a life less ordinary.

18 x 25 cm
Softcover
160 pages
2018
English
ISSN 2055-723X
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