Flat Earth Society The modern age of the Flat Earth Society dates back to the 1800s. The theory is based on the ideals of Zetetic Astronomy - the belief that the Earth is a flat disk centred at the North Pole, bound by a wall of ice with the sun and moon a few hundred miles above the Earth’s surface.
The FES archive was investigated to create the Flat Earther’s handbook consisting of 5 chapters - Land, Sea, Edge, Space and the Underside. Each chapter explains the different elements that form Flat Earth theory, combined with visual diagrams to support the material.
The project is presented as a membership pack, including a double-sided lecture poster, real world map, membership card, promotional prints, qualitative research notebook and embroidered Flat Earther patch. This rebrand intends to convince more people to open their minds to the possibility of a Flat Earth.