Sampler: Cercle Magazine #5
Cercle is one of those endeavours where each issue takes a whole year to complete. Published from their namesake graphic design studio, it is an inquisitive and informative magazine examining art, science, design, illustration and photography.
Past issues have been co-published with celebrated Hong Kong design title Idn, and focused on insects and costumes. This time, they decipher the vastness of the ocean. If you’d like to drool over balmy vintage surfers, gaze at mesmerising close-ups of microbiology, or read stories of mysterious deep sea creatures, head over to Cercle’s Sampler page to secure your copy.
In this issue:
— Photographer Jeff Divine on his 70s surf culture magazine
— What deep sea acoustics can tell us about the ocean floor
— Solo sailor Anne Quéméré on the ocean’s intimate moods
— The mysterious, mesmerising world of plankton
— Exploring the legends and monsters that populate the seabed
— And the life, passion and vision of Prince Albert I, founder of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco