Now available for preorder, Odiseo Vol. 6 by Spain's Folch Studio. Folch is a high concept design agency that specializes in branding and marketing. The agency also develops their own projects and one has always caught our eye. Odiseo is an adult entertainment magazine that juxtaposes erotic imagery with avant-garde visual art and highlights the interplay between the two. Each volume is extremely unique (and limited) and showcases a different theme. Vol. 6 is "dedicated to the mutually interdependent dialectic between Nature and Artifice."
Included in this edition, the editorial “Intimate Failure and Exhilarating Fun” by photographer Arnaud Lajeunie; Barrie Hullegie’s and Mar Ordóñez’s editorials and a delicate and suggestive photo essay by Paul Jung. Writings are by Eugenia Lapteva, Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield. Also in the current issue, Fiktion’s second installment (chapters 1–4 of Popppappp, by Momus). Jesús Umbría’s Archive on Hajime Sorayama and an audiovisual essay by Albert Moya cap the publication.
We immediately fell in love the with the magazine's high quality design aesthetic and beautifully shot photo essays. Further, Vol. 6's theme could not be more perfect. Using elements of nature and pairing them with eroticism, helps to highlight the primal nature of our most basic instincts and desires. This is an amazing magazine for fans of photography, visual art and eroticism. For more information and preorders, please visit Folch Studio.
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