Feeeeels is a beautiful independent design magazine that explores the boundaries between material and immaterial. Starting from the assumption that our world on screen is not as two-dimensional as we imagine, because behind every computer or cloud service there is a server somewhere in the world that we do not see, viscerally explores this ambivalence that now characterizes lives. of all of us.
To do this, he dedicates each issue to a material, visible adjective, and behind this he deeply explores art, culture, history, politics and emotions of contemporary society.
It is a multidisciplinary magazine of interpretation of the present, suitable for designers, artists and those who want to see the contemporary under a different aspect.
Dimensions: 17x24 cm
ISSUE 2 - SLICK
This issue of Feeeels investigates "slips" from a myriad of visual and written perspectives.
Among its pages: cell phone towers disguised as trees, the inability of science to monitor the life cycle of an eel, the issue of colonial repairs in the Middle East, the history of magazines or "slicks", such as Teflon it has infiltrated our kitchens and polluted our water, the overlap between Disney Channel movies and socialism, the story of the trope of slipping on a banana peel, and so much more.