Sirene Magazine Issue 9 is now available at LOREM (not Ipsum). Sirene Magazine is for those who have decided to follow their passion for the waves and the ocean, there comes a moment to separate their existence from already beaten social paths, to invent new ones.
Sirene Magazine is a bi-annual publication tailored for those people who feel close to the sea even when they are far away from it. The magazine approaches the water from every angle: emotional, cultural and scientific. Through new aesthetics and new ethics with respect to the sea, encourages better care of the oceans. The paper is made from algae, hinting at saltiness or sand. For every half kilo of fresh algae, a kilo of wood is saved. The magazine references the sea in its layouts too and it’s designed to be collected.
Passengers at Dawn
Swimming Na Pali Coast
Valerie Taylor’s Underwater World
Women of the Sea
Japanese Soul Surfers
Newport, the school where boats are reborn
Two Mermaids in the Sea of Malta
100 pages, 32 x 24 cm, printed on paper made from recycled algae