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Avaunt magazine Issue 6 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Avaunt magazine issue 6 is exploring the legacy of Egypt’s Coptic Desert Fathers / Ice Diving / A.I. Killed the Radio Star / An interview with Michael Green, whose stunning skyscrapers are made entirely from wood. Issue 6 is also featuring Skateistan and the deployment of ‘skateboard diplomacy’ / Colin Miller visits the Buddhist institute, Larung Gar, before the recent demolitions ordered by the Chinese government / Digital Archaeology / Brendan Austin shares his unpublished series, Unearth, a rendering of landscapes as abstracts / The new lightweight Boeing spacesuit, and much more.

Avaunt magazine is an award-winning journal dedicated to documenting and celebrating human endeavour, from the wildest, highest, deepest, coldest and hottest corners of the Earth and beyond. Each issue provides the chance to feel the adventure in your hands and read exclusive features. Featuring an extremely high calibre of editorial and photographic contributors, Avaunt magazine is unlike anything else on the market – appealing to those interested not only in global exploration, but also exploration of the mind. With expansive editorial range the magazine assembles a stellar cast of writers – the world’s most authoritative figures in science, philosophy, technology and literature – punctuated by accessible and timeless examples of adventurous fashion and some of the most pioneering photographers working today.

Details: Avaunt Magazine – Issue 6

226 pages, 290 x 230 mm

Article No. bfavauntmag0006 Published by Avaunt Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · Weight 560 g Dimensions 28 × 24 × 4 cm

Avaunt magazine Issue 6 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Avaunt magazine issue 6 is exploring the legacy of Egypt’s Coptic Desert Fathers / Ice Diving / A.I. Killed the Radio Star / An interview with Michael Green, whose stunning skyscrapers are made entirely from wood. Issue 6 is also featuring Skateistan and the deployment of ‘skateboard diplomacy’ / Colin Miller visits the Buddhist institute, Larung Gar, before the recent demolitions ordered by the Chinese government / Digital Archaeology / Brendan Austin shares his unpublished series, Unearth, a rendering of landscapes as abstracts / The new lightweight Boeing spacesuit, and much more.

Avaunt magazine is an award-winning journal dedicated to documenting and celebrating human endeavour, from the wildest, highest, deepest, coldest and hottest corners of the Earth and beyond. Each issue provides the chance to feel the adventure in your hands and read exclusive features. Featuring an extremely high calibre of editorial and photographic contributors, Avaunt magazine is unlike anything else on the market – appealing to those interested not only in global exploration, but also exploration of the mind. With expansive editorial range the magazine assembles a stellar cast of writers – the world’s most authoritative figures in science, philosophy, technology and literature – punctuated by accessible and timeless examples of adventurous fashion and some of the most pioneering photographers working today.

Details: Avaunt Magazine – Issue 6

226 pages, 290 x 230 mm

Article No. bfavauntmag0006 Published by Avaunt Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · Weight 560 g Dimensions 28 × 24 × 4 cm
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