ernest is a biannual journal for curious and adventurous gentlefolk. it is a guide for those who appreciate true craftsmanship, who are fascinated by curious histories and eccentric traditions.



the new issue of Ernest includes features on rewilding in Romania; shanty boats; the peculiar world of bee etiquette; Snowdonia’s mountain haunts; adrift in the Atlantic; the adventures of stødig; immortal trees; a history of bitters; otherworldly sand dunes; and newspapers at the ends of the earth. Snowdonia, in particular, is captured beautifully by photographer Colin Nicholls with words from Abi Whyte. As are the eerie patterns of yew trees captured by photographer Dan Cook who writes an elegant essay to accompany it. Another beautiful edition.
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yet another new magazine in our roster, Ernest’s seventh edition includes features that go even beyond our planet, including amongst others: baking in space; a photographic journey on Scotland’s north coast; and an excellent essay written by Carol Devine who is mapping Antarctica for its places named after its female scientists and explorers in history. there is a super collection of photographs and guides to East Anglia as well many great illustrated maps and photography brought together by a new clean design.
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