Sindroms is the independent magazine dedicated to investigating the role of color in society. Every six months, this magazine was founded by illustrator and designer Miruna Sorescu and is produced by an all-female team based in Copenhagen.
Each issue is dedicated to a different color whose history and complexity are told, evoking the moods associated with it, the mental links, and representing its role through art, music, fashion, photography. and design.
Dimensions: 21x27.5 cm
Number of pages: 180
ISSUE # 5 - EVERGREEN ISSUE
The latest issue of Sindroms is all about the color of life: green. In this edition of the magazine, life in all its forms is explored, with a particular interest in everything that never sets becoming "evergreen".
What does prosperity mean now, how do we keep growing, reinventing and changing? What is evergreen design? Why is the man-nature relationship so vital? When did we lose our connection with the natural world? These are just some of the questions that are tried to be answered in the lush pages of this magazine, born and conceived before the pandemic but which, in the light of the facts, becomes even more necessary.
These times require, in fact, that industries rethink processes and values and that human beings rethink their approach to consumerism and their daily lifestyle. For a moment we slowed down our mad rush by figuring out what the right way to go should be. Will we be able to change or was "we will come out better" just a phrase said to console us?