Odiseo is an independent publication for adult entertainment appealing to the confident and intelligent man of today. It includes a selection of photographic stories with an erotic point of view, accompanied by cutting-edge ideas by contemporary thinkers, paired with the most cutting edge ideas in an exquisite uncoated smooth paper.
Odiseo is published twice a year by The Flames, an independent publishing venture by Folch Studio (Barcelona, Spain).
- Editor in chief: Folch Studio
- Art direction and design: Folch Studio
- Creative direction: Albert Folch with Carlota Santamaria
Odiseo Magazine Vol. 8 is out now! Odiseo Volume 8 explores the multiple meanings and shapes of ‘Encounters’. Odiseo Magazine offers a sophisticated take on erotica, redefining the confines of traditional erotic publishing by balancing philosophical texts and essays with images that lie in between art and erotica. Photographers: Claudia...
Odiseo Magazine Vol. 7 is out now! Volume 7 is dedicated to the notion of Truth. The triptych of covers by Juan Hernández open the issue. Paul Jung, depicts human body as if it was a surreal landscape; the young German photographer Bennie Julian Gay offers seductive sights and gestures...
Odiseo Volume 6 is out now! The new issue is hot off the press: Volume Six comes after the past issue’s tribute to erotic mags’ conservative paper sleeve cover. Got back the paint splattered spine, a playful and evocative still-life pic by Arnaud Lajeunie opens the sixth issue. Volume 6...
Odiseo Volume 5 is out now! Folch Studio’s sophisticated take on adult entertainment pairs essays on art and culture with artful nude photography.
Odiseo Volume 4 is out now! This issue features Alex Franco, Philippa Snow, and many more. Odiseo publication supplies visual and intellectual stimuli biannually. IT includes a selection of photographic stories with an erotic point of view along with essays on loose contemporary issues.
Odiseo Volume 3 features photography by Marc Regàs, Olya Oleinic and Max Von Eumppenberg & Patrick Bienert. A text by Ingo Niermann & Martti Kalliala on nuclear waste management, an essay about gentrification by Joie Reinstein and a analysis on identity and loss of values by Francis Neville. It also...