Perdiz #7

Publication date: 2016
Language: Spanish / English
Pages: 130
Weight: 0.3 kg
Cover: Soft
Size: 170 x 240 mm
ISSN: 2014-6663
Availability: 2
59.00 PLN
PERDIZ is a magazine about people and the things that make them happy. A compilation of amazing stories from common people. A survival manual without magic formulae. A collection of beautiful things. A publication of social activism with a positive tinge. A collectable object. It’s a game, a story with a happy-ending. And it’s also a virus that, like yawning in the Tube and laughter between friends, is catching. Happiness is contagious. Let the reading start. The cover of our seventh issue, created by Danish artist Johan Rosenmunthe, speaks of balance and beauty – in visual composition as in life. This new issue comes complete with our classic Good News and some Smiles from a cheerleader advanced in years, a rodeo girl and a hairdresser who’ll trim your bob with Samurai swords and fire. We interview a group of activist nuns who grow weed to heal the world. We discuss death – that most fundamental of topics – and how reflecting on it led our protagonist, Joanna Ebenstein, director of the Morbid Anatomy Museum (NYC) to become a more positive person. If that wasn’t enough, our leading photography feature is a killer, covering that very human obsession of seeking better worlds somewhere out there in the universe. And another must-read explains why roller-derby players ignore the normal negative connotations of injury and are proud as punch of their bruises.