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Each issue of Sindroms magazine takes its thematic from a colour. The fifth issue, Evergreen Sindrom, explores the colour that 'breathes life' into the world - green.
Green is one layer but what they are most interested in is the evergreen. What does prosperity mean now? How do we manage to continue growing, reinvent ourselves, and change our ways? What is evergreen design? Why is the human-nature relationship so vital? Is it important to talk to plants? When did we lose our connection to the natural world, and did we leave anything valuable behind? What is some of the evergreen wisdom that’s been passed down through generations?
This issue was started before the COVID-19 pandemic. With the arrival of the virus, the concerns of this issue feel more relevant than ever. Our times call for industries to rethink processes and values, and for humans to rethink their approach to consumerism, their everyday lifestyle, and contribution to society. The world has slowed down, taking a step back to get a bird’s-eye view of the new reality, and the new behaviours we aim towards.
Sindroms explore all of this within 160 pages of conceptual, carefully-curated editorials, thought pieces and striking visual essays.
Covers by Aiste Ambrazeviciute and Anne Marie Jo.
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