Hear ye, hear ye! A brand-new issue of frankie is now on sale in Australia and there are loads of wondrous things between its covers. A dame who’s bringing deep-sea exploration to the masses, for one, plus another turning discarded festival tents into nice-looking bags. Also on the menu: a pint-size crochet museum standing deep in the Californian desert, a nifty guide to op-shopping like a gosh-darn pro, first-person accounts of some major world events, and regular words that actually came from people’s names (see: nachos, cardigan and saxophone). There’s an ode to motherhood in all its glory and grossness, and a bunch of bath ‘recipes’ using natural ingredients. And of course, we have our usual shedload of lovely photography, pretty arty-crafty stuff, music, travel and mildly hilarious opinion pieces. Enjoy!
the science of dancing
We explore the mathematical side of cutting a rug.
a guide to op-shopping
Hot tips for buying secondhand (and what to leave behind).
words and pictures
Australia’s very first set of Indigenous emoji.
Science and fantasy together in one fuzzy, colourful package.
Across the ditch: issue 95 should hit stores in New Zealand on April 27th. Ask your local stockist if it's not on shelves then.