Athleta Magazine Issue 6 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. The cover by Tobias Volkmann introduces us to the all-girls world of the Panthers Cheerleading Club, in a small Bavarian town. As well as, to the Islamic world of AMAR, a women’s rugby team in Marrakech. We are then catapulted to Matera to see free running amongst the Sass. We continue on to a thrilling ride in the Mexican lands of the Jaripeo, over to an impassive journey in the perverse paradise of armoury. And followed by the elegant setting of the pilota, a traditional Valencian game. This issue also features an equine odyssey in ancient India, and a colourful look at the cycling tribe of the Vuelta.
Athleta Magazine is an independent, photographic publication from Italy. It’s a journey in the principle of resilience, in discovering your limits through your body. By using a minimal layout and short texts, Athleta Magazine let the pictures speak for themselves. Quality paper and original format make it a product to be preserved, for the aesthetes of print and design. Addressed to lovers of reportage and sporting culture. Athleta Magazine is about telling this story in photos. It is the essence of strength and the absence of failure. That’s something that just doesn’t exist, when you know that you’ve given your all. The desire to try when there is no money to be won, but with simply the idea of being the best. Athleta Magazine is the words of sport. Texts that go with the pictures. Creating the atmosphere, giving a personal interpretation – a very personal interpretation. Let everyone do what they want. Read, look and reflect. Putting their own emotions in perspective as they think best.
Athleta is our idea of sport.
Alvaro Embid, Andrea Vailetti, Daniel Belet, Fika Estudio, Francesco Costantino Ciampa, Gianmarco Pacione, Jack Fleming, Jean-Marc Caimi, Jennifer Osborne, Jorge Gil, Laura Stella Motta, Lorenzo Fabiano, Margareth Gaspàr, Oliver Cable, Rise Up Duo, Tobias Volkmann, Valentina Piccinni.
Details: Athleta Magazine Issue 6
176 pages, printed on uncoated paper 100gr, 21 x 27 cm, texts in English and Italian