Need something bright and hope-filled to colour your wintery world? Our brand-new Issue 46 is here to help!
We speak to our coverstar and ‘Rainbow of Hope’ muralist, artist Deb McNaughton, about hope, resilience and the power of colourful art; see how Australian artists, makers and photographers harnessed their creativity behind closed doors, finding different ways to define and reframe our (new) normal; it’s story time with Kaytetye filmmaker and passionate First Nations storyteller Rona Napurrurla Glynn-McDonald; get thready with fibre-obsessed creative Maryanne Moodie who shares her journey through weaving – and tips on starting your own practice; delve into the bittersweet story of Dutch chocolate brand Tony’s Chocolonely’s battle to create a 100% slave-free product; and learn poignant life lessons from travel writer Nina Karnikowski’s worldwide roamings.
Plus you’ll find tips on upcycling unwanted vases from DIY expert and stylist Geneva Vanderzeil; clinical psychologist Emily Toner’s take on how we can harness collective grief to move through the COVID-19 crisis; hopeful and inspiring examples of the world rewilding itself; illustrator Mel Baxter of Moonshine Madness draws vibrant connections between art, nature and regenerative agriculture; comfort and cool collide with inclusive, UK-based label Lucy & Yak; a virtual travel guide via the world wide web; a free sewing pattern for the ultimate in at-home uniform – the loungewear set; and so much more!
And don’t forget: we print each issue in Australia on carbon-neutral paper and offset all production emissions through Carbon Neutral’s reforestation biodiversity project, which works with traditional land owners to revegetate degraded farmland with native trees for carbon sequestration. Plus we plant a tree with every new subscription!
We hope this issue colours your world with a little light and connection to help smooth the edges of a challenging time – nab your copy of the current issue by visiting our website or your local stockist now!