Cercle Magazine No. 7 (Volcanoes) is out now (English edition) and available at LOREM (not Ipsum). Cercle Magazine No. 7 is all about volcanoes.
Jacques-Marie Bardintzeff (Interview, France), Anton Moglia & Jérémy Landes / Velvetyne Type Foundry (font design, France), Léo Puel (Films, France), Maria Medem (Portfolio, Spain), Daesung Lee (Portfolio, South Korea), Émilie Fernandez & Alexandre Rochon (Music, France), André Demaison (Interview, France), Perrine Lotiron (Fashion, Canada), Agata Felluga (Food, Italy/France), Emmanuelle Puidoux (Portfolio, France), Verene de Hutten (Publication, France), Marion Cole (Translation, France), and many many more…
Format: 20 × 26,5 cm | 136 pages
2 Pantone inks and varnish on cover
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.