The latest edition of Waves and Woods just dropped: 132 pages of surfing, eco, outdoor and travel articles, plus stunning imagery and art. The XXL magazine is a feast for the eyes. Please note that the publication is printed in German, but the photos are so good you don’t even need to speak the language.
In this edition:
Originally from Italy, Stefanelli spent time living in the USA and Spain, and now resides in beautiful Bali. He started out as a successful and serious entrepreneur, then he became a lawyer. Mario has since gone full circle, dropped everything and now works as a surf and lifestyle photographer for companies such as Deus, Vans and Lamborghini. His life is in constant motion, which you will see reflected in his photography. See for yourself.
Our Californian friend, surfer, shaper and motocross rider Forrest Minchinton has opened the rusty gate to his ranch in the Mojave Desert for our “Living Wild” section.
And down it goes
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is not exactly known as a classic holiday destination. The Lulua, a wild river in the heart of the republic, is also not for the leisurely leisure captain. Our photographer Archie and his buddy Charlie didn't care either when they set out on the canoe trip of their lives.
Cheers to the Azores
Many people only associate the Azores with the term “Azores high”. On a little trip in June we were able to experience for ourselves that the nine islands belonging to Portugal, in the middle of the Atlantic, are the perfect waves-and-woods destination with tropical vegetation and perfect waves. First conclusion: we will be back!
We The Power
Citizens' energy projects across Europe are currently feeling a strong tailwind. With We the Power, Patagonia is campaigning for more citizen participation in the energy transition. The core of the action is a documentary that introduces activists across Europe. Sebastian Sladek from the tranquil southern Black Forest is one of them.
Solving Problems for a Plastic Planet
By now all of us have noticed that old fishing nets can be recycled and used to manufacture new products. Nevertheless, we would like to present Bureo, one of the most successful fishing net recycling stalls, in detail here. How did the idea come about and who is behind the company? We introduce them to you.
The Philippines are a backpacker's dream. As is well known, the island kingdom also has world-class waves to offer. But you may not have realised that the issues of sustainability and eco-tourism have been on the agenda of the Asian country for a long time.
132 pages | German | 24,5 x 35 cm