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Plethora Magazine issue #6 Anima Mundi ventures into the deep jungle of biodiversity in search of a common World Soul - the fundamental interconnectivity between all living creatures, our shared ecologies and the collective unconscious that animates our natural coexistence.
Plethora Magazine is an independent, biannual publication founded in Copenhagen which challenges the bounds of the conventional magazine format — conceptually as well as physically (70x50cm).
More akin to a curated selection of fine art prints the magazine serves up a novel and thought-provoking take on the approach to printed matter which is both infinitely slower than your average glossy mag and excessive enough in format to seriously put the size of any coffee table to the test.
Skillfully printed by the monks of a Hindu temple, Plethora Magazine pays homage to the unique qualities of artisanal printing tradition and offers a purist vision for the future expression of the printed magazine - along with a quiet ode to all things left behind by fast track digitization. No noise, no ads and no logos, just 52 pages of poster-size visual indulgence and tales from the life less ordinary presented in a careful blend of quirky archive material, wondrous art prints and contemporary artist features.
Joseph Cornell, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Carsten Höller, Walton Ford, Diego Rivera, Søren Solkær, Philippe Baudelocque, Ernst Haeckel, Werner Herzog & Popol Vuh.
Triptych of Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, ca. 1510
Printed by Narayana Press Yoga Ashram Limited edition of 1000 copies Format 70.5 x 50.5 cm, 52 pages 150g off-set paper Handmade archival folder in fibre carton. Ribbon closure with hand-stitched gold detailing.