Water Journal Volume 5 is out now. From the tranquil nature of wild swimmers to arrivals and departures reminiscing new chapters of life and a sit down with artist Howard Tangye, we invite you to explore captivating stories from all around the world. Water Journal Volume 5 features a visit to Tidal Pools by Álvaro Siza in Portugal, a trip to Hong Kong to explore one’s identity and misinterpreted heritage, a solo adventure through a coastal town in South Africa to build a relationship with the land and its people, an interview with an Australian lifestyle brand disrupting the current beauty and wellness landscape, and many more stories by talented contributors who made this volume come to life.
Water Journal is a bi-annual print publication exploring the beauty and complexity of all things water. The magazine is a quiet exploration of all things water, celebrating its undeniable beauty and complexity. It exists to tell honest stories about one’s connection with water, whether it’s of a personal matter or on a global scale. Being entirely advertising-free and proudly independent, it thrives on real stories by real people. Born purely out of love for water and print, Water Journal is intended to be held in one’s hands, experienced in person and kept like a book. We want you to take your time to truly immerse yourself in beautiful and captivating stories, translated through sustainable print. The magazine was crowdfunded on Kickstarter.com by Edvinas Bruzas, Founder & Editor.
Lydia Harper (cover photography), Toby Mitchell, Naomi Hill, Mark Griffiths, Annemieke Boots, Thibault de Schepper, Angus Sung, Nick Dearden, Sislia Tiseli, Christiane Smit July Adrichem, Georgina Johnson, Campbell Addy, James Monnington, Chrystele Goncalves, Marta Rubio, Sam Leetham, Saasha Burns, Benjamin Holtrop, Louisa Grey, Charlotte Broadribb, Rory Gardiner, Richard Gaston, Adam Rogers, Howard Tangye, Charlotte Janz, Thomas Seear-Budd, Lina Nääs.
162 pages, perfect bound and printed in full colour on FSC-approved uncoated paper. Published in London, UK.