Ossigeno is the Italian magazine of the People publishing house, founded by Giuseppe Civati, Stefano Catone and Francesco Foti. The magazine is published every four months and was born in 2020 with the intention of being a specific point of view and in step with current events that shares the publishing house's objective: "to tell and investigate change in society". People in his books tells about people, battles, transformation and in Ossigeno every 4 months he takes one of these battles and dissects reasons, people, faces and ideas behind it and tries to hypothesize better solutions.
Ossigeno is a topical magazine, a key to reading and an interpretation tool.
Inside it contains a lot of written words, black and white drawings, color, comics, reviews and even some good news.
The end of politics ... or the return of politics?
With a special double cover, the sixth issue of Ossigeno, in its new graphic form, deals with the great theme that Italians love to hate: politics, in fact. Politics that returns, in the squares with the movements, with the referendums revitalized by the novelty of digital signatures, with the often youthful activism (but not only) that appears almost everywhere in the world.
But also politics that is humiliated, by governments that stammer on the climate crisis, by an embarrassing and reduced to appearance Parliament, and by the unknown after Mattarella.
With interventions, among others, by Campiglio, Cappato, Civati, Fedez, Lamberti, Lercio, Viola and Andrea Pazienza, honored starting with the cover illustration created for the occasion in an updated version by Cristina Portolano.