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Say ‘hello’ to Cercle Magazine No. 5 (Oceans), English edition, available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 5 features interviews with Christian Sardet, Anne Quéméré, Jeff Divine, Patrick Piguet, Nelson Cazeils.

Cercle magazine is an independent and thematic publication published once a year. Every year, a new issue. Each issue, a new topic. Cercle tries to gather information around one main topic and to propose a support that values ​​contemporary artistic creation, culture and science. At the core of the project was the observation that social networks were an important part of our lives and that digital development allowed a free and fast exchange of information and images. We therefore wanted to take advantage of these circulatory images and information and aggregate them according to a simple process: restricted selection, printing and publish. Cercle Magazine focuses on the idea of ​​mustering professional, literary, visual, scientific and artistic aspects of one theme per issue, and to propose an inquisitive, playful but also a demanding and inspiring magazine. So far, Cercle Magazine has received support from Fondation Aquatic Show, Syndicat Potentiel, Arte, ESAD Valenciennes, ESAM Caen, HEAR Strasbourg, LISAA Strasbourg, SAFI Maison & Objets, Intuit Lab Paris School, Centre National du Livre, Direction Régionale des affaires Culturelles, Région Grand Est and from Strasbourg Eurométropole.

Interviews

Christian Sardet – marine biologist
Anne Quéméré – solo sailor
Jeff Divine – photographer
Patrick Piguet – curator of the Oceanic Museum collections in Monaco
Nelson Cazeils – doctor in sociology

Portfolio

Francesca Piqueras – photography
Jacob Jugashvili – painting
Min Jung-Yeon – painting / illustration
Titus Simoens – photography
Tadao Cern – photography
Rob Bailey – illustration
Christy Lee Rogers – photography
Shane Gross – photography
Elsa Leydier – photography

Details: Cercle Magazine No. 5 – Oceans

Format: 20 × 26,5 cm | 140 pages
Silver metallic Pantone 877U on the cover
Language: English

Article No. bfcercle0005 Published by Cercle Magazine Manufactured in France Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 490 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm

Say ‘hello’ to Cercle Magazine No. 5 (Oceans), English edition, available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 5 features interviews with Christian Sardet, Anne Quéméré, Jeff Divine, Patrick Piguet, Nelson Cazeils.

Cercle magazine is an independent and thematic publication published once a year. Every year, a new issue. Each issue, a new topic. Cercle tries to gather information around one main topic and to propose a support that values ​​contemporary artistic creation, culture and science. At the core of the project was the observation that social networks were an important part of our lives and that digital development allowed a free and fast exchange of information and images. We therefore wanted to take advantage of these circulatory images and information and aggregate them according to a simple process: restricted selection, printing and publish. Cercle Magazine focuses on the idea of ​​mustering professional, literary, visual, scientific and artistic aspects of one theme per issue, and to propose an inquisitive, playful but also a demanding and inspiring magazine. So far, Cercle Magazine has received support from Fondation Aquatic Show, Syndicat Potentiel, Arte, ESAD Valenciennes, ESAM Caen, HEAR Strasbourg, LISAA Strasbourg, SAFI Maison & Objets, Intuit Lab Paris School, Centre National du Livre, Direction Régionale des affaires Culturelles, Région Grand Est and from Strasbourg Eurométropole.

Interviews

Christian Sardet – marine biologist
Anne Quéméré – solo sailor
Jeff Divine – photographer
Patrick Piguet – curator of the Oceanic Museum collections in Monaco
Nelson Cazeils – doctor in sociology

Portfolio

Francesca Piqueras – photography
Jacob Jugashvili – painting
Min Jung-Yeon – painting / illustration
Titus Simoens – photography
Tadao Cern – photography
Rob Bailey – illustration
Christy Lee Rogers – photography
Shane Gross – photography
Elsa Leydier – photography

Details: Cercle Magazine No. 5 – Oceans

Format: 20 × 26,5 cm | 140 pages
Silver metallic Pantone 877U on the cover
Language: English

Article No. bfcercle0005 Published by Cercle Magazine Manufactured in France Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 490 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm
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