Issues

70. Light Years

Time and transformation, darkness and illumination, mystery and magic. This month we’re shining bright. We’re exploring the night sky; we’re gardening by the stars; we’re dancing for ecological transformation; We’re dying to dye; and we’re visiting one of Australia’s great gardens. In short, we’re seeing 2019 out with a BANG. Surf the stardust with us.

Musk Cottage: Rick Eckersley’s Rogue Garden

GardensAcclaimed Australian garden designer Rick Eckersley is a rogue. So is his garden. So is his upcoming book.

Nocturnal Medicine: Dancing in the Dark

Art & DesignAn interview with Michelle Shofet and Larissa Belcic of New York based design studio, Nocturnal Medicine

In the Stars: Astro-Gardening and Horticultural Horoscopes

BotanicaWhat can your zodiac sign tell you about your gardening persona?

Sasha Duerr is a Natural Dyer, Artist & Alchemist

Art & Design, PeopleA chat with natural dyer extraordinaire, Sasha Duerr

Into the Darkness: Light Pollution and the Dark Sky Movement

CultureWhat do we lose when the lights stay on? Emma Simms on light pollution, the Dark Sky Movement and more.