The unruly world of made-up languages; experiments with time; the bizarre reality of cryonics; discover Vancouver Island’s wild side; solargraphy and the stars above; the geological map that changed the world; cosy mountain bothies in Scotland; the intriguing history of the vindaloo.
Inside issue five
Stand aside Esperanto: explore the unruly world of made-up languages
Conduct your own experiments with time using the theories of JW Dunne
Meet the small but dedicated cryonics community, operating in the high-tech laboratories of Arizona to the sheds of Peacehaven in Sussex
Learn how to make your own wild first aid kit
Meet the man capturing every RNLI lifeboat station in Britain using Victorian photographic techniques
Explore the geological map that changed the world
Seek simple shelter in the mountain bothies of northwest Scotland
Set sail with New Dawn Traders as they establish slow cargo routes across the Atlantic
Tuck into the history of the vindaloo
Pick up the path of a modern-day journeyman, who plies his trade on the open road in return for bed and board
Explore the practice of solargraphy, a long exposure technique that records the path of our sun
Finally, we team up with experimental flavorists Bompas & Parr to reimagine the strange, unsettling, yet magical recipes of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, founder of the Futurist movement.
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