Plant 14 Summer 2019

the chance in the change is the change in the chance

ISBN13/Barcode: 9772014177719

Three covers:

  1. A portrait of octogenarian artist Herman de Vries photographed by Juergen Teller.

  2. Alasdair Mclellan shows us a glimpse of the flowers of Disneyland (Porpoise hedge).

  3. Marcelo Gomes shows us a glimpse of a magical trip to New Zealand — the unseen.

The 14th issue ofThe Plant magazine opens up with Young Voices, a story by photographer Sam Rock and Omaima Salem, captured during London’s first global climate strike. In the following pages, a conversation with writer Olivia Laing photographed by Kuba Ryniewciz, a journey to Charleston House in England’s East Sussex, beautifully captured by photographer Matthieu Lavanchy before visiting the new Covent Garden Flower Market, seen through the eyes of Chris Rhodes.

The Plant follows Isabella Killoran as she leads us through the inner world of childhood, Camille Vivier and Sandra Berrebi team up to put together A Giving Tree and last but not least, Rainer Judd writes a letter from the Far West about how fire can be both a creator and a destroyer accompanied by Max Farago’s impressive photographs shot in California.

Regular contributor and photographer Marcelo Gomes guides us through a magical trip to New Zealand. Issue 14 closes the issue with the usual Loose Leaves section, featuring short and compelling stories by perfumer Lyn Harris, florist Doan Ly, chef Shuko Oda and wanderings around Lisboa’s Estufa Fría, Bialowieza forest and some fabulous Japanese playgrounds, amongst others. Enjoy issue 14!


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Binding Magazine
Pages 176
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Date Published 1 Aug 2019
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ISBN13/Barcode 9772014177719
Publisher Plant, The

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