Print Issue 3
Ernest is a biannual printed 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 and who care more for timeless style than trends.
Featured inside print issue 3:
- The Wild Folk: delve into wild man mythology
- Investigate the psychology of board games
- Read the unbelievable tale of the man who fell through a storm cloud and lived
- Brian May shares his love of Victorian diableries, tiny stereoscopic visions of hell
- Unravel our response to Brutalism: Britain’s most divisive architecture
- Meet the industrious botanists creating terrariums with their own micro climates
- Seek out Iceland’s Huldufólk - the hidden people said to be waiting in an untameable landscape
- Take a slow adventure to the Isles of Scilly, exploring low tide landscapes and abandoned villages, seeking out shipwreck tales and the lost city of Lyonesse
- Meet the fellow bottling seaweed in a cliff top laboratory and bringing bathing machines back to Margate
- Unearth the origins Fair Isle knitwear
- Retronaut Chris Wild explores the history of denim and the American Frontier
- Enter the ramshackle workshop of Nik Ramage, eccentric inventor and mechanical sculptor
- Cook a three course meal using hotel room appliances with Anarchist chef George Egg.