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.

STOP PRESS! Actually, start the press.

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