Issue 14 is inspired by beautiful flowers – and how you can bloom as a person.
This came to mind in our interview with Woodlucker’s Ann Wood, whose accurate studies of flowers in paper are so a detailed you could say the same. You’ll find your own paper flowers to make in the issue.
“Elsewhere this issue, Pragya Agarwal examines lullabies and other calming rituals for children.
“We’ve commissioned a an exclusive nursery poster from illustrator Esther Curtis to hang in your child’s space, or to frame and gift to a new baby. Illustrators get lots of love this issue, in fact, from Angie Lewin’s lino-cut studies of pebbles to Ella Masters’ freehand phrases.”
In this issue we’re also encouraging you to draw as a form of therapy, and to create an artist’s studio in your own home on. Another key theme this issue is all the mindful ways we can save money, from staycations to thrifty florals to giving our time instead of things. Sian Meades’ new travel column is all about stretching our pennies further for more enriching experiences.