Slow Issue 30

Slow’s autumn issue is on sale in Australia today, and we think it’s a good’un. We talk about the hidden life of trees with a guy who considers them family, learn how to cook up some Egyptian comfort food, ponder the perks of boredom (and the economy of silence) and learn about the slightly drunk history of bitters. There’s a flower farm in the middle of a marine park, an epic trek through South-East Asia in the name of sustainable fashion, a look at a radical new theory of architectural living that’s at least 100 years old, a studio visit with an artist making work from natural materials and a group who’ve pinched the Tupperware party idea and used it to spread the word on climate change. Plus: Tasmania’s only deciduous tree, a whole lot of palm oil-free products, some ethical work-out gear, stuff you didn’t know you could recycle, cute ways to mend with felting and a look at what this ‘hygge’ thing is all about.

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