Issue 09: Movement

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Issue 09: Movement

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Reflections Christian Selmoni, of Vacheron Constantin, on his inspirations

Notes Calligrapher Ewan Clayton on a life lived through words - Jude Rogers on the typeface that defines city and village alike - Peredur ap Gwynedd gets on his bike between stadium gigs - One man’s quest to prove a 300-year-old perpetual motion concept - Rachel Ward on the improbable comeback of the wooden roller coaster - Ben Williams sits down with a pioneer of mountaineering and filmmaking - Josh Sims meets the watchmakers who made a prototype out of Meccano - Richard Benson picks over the ‘hawk-lit’ phenomenon - The Waltons draw inspiration at the Caran d’Ache HQ in Geneva - David Reynolds eases on down the road to Wenlock Edge

Stories of Dedication Norway’s last bespoke ski maker  - How a team of experts brought boatbuilding back to Portsmouth -  Christopher Howe, Sarah Kay, David Linley and Gareth Neal, debate the new craft movement - An interview with Tyler Hays of cult New York interior store BDDW - How nautical chandlery Arthur Beale was rescued to become a fashionable phenomenon - A unique collaboration with Sunni Brummitt, the world’s number one breakdancer - An insight into the workplaces of the most precise watchmakers in the world -  A leisurely voyage down the waterways of the Canal & River Trust - Meet the people putting the ‘fun’ into function in the wonderful world of kinetic art - How a trio of West Country restaurants are  redefining the notion of ‘fine dining’ - Pink Floyd composer Ron Geesin on his collection of adjustable tools…

My hole-and-corner Roger Smith, arguably the UK’s greatest living watchmaker, on his Isle of Man studio

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