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Sirene Edizioni SRLS


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Sirene is an international award-winning publication, tailored for those people who feel close to the sea even when they are far away from it. 

Large recycled paper pages, rough and porous as only salt water stains can be, large white spaces, pure as a sea horizon, and page-turner stories that will put you on the same wave-length with a surging community looking at the oceans as the intersection of the planet’s destinies. 

Surfing, freediving, stretches of ocean in the words of a solo sailor, islands, beaches to discover, customs and traditions of beach culture, stories of secret ferries, lost classic boats, whale sharks routes, reportings related to pollution and protection of marine life, create a narration in which sea lovers can relate and where they can find the characteristics of a common identity. Unlike other media dealing with sea sports and activities, Sirenes's approach is never technical but always emotional.

Sirene has been awarded a Graphite Pencil at the 2016 D&AD Awards in London and was Medal Finalist and Merit Winner at the SPD #52 in NY.

The magazine paper is made from algae, to make use of excess algal blooms from lagoons at risk. For every half kilo of fresh algae, a kilo of wood is saved.


Issue #17 features:

William Trubridge: Beyond His Own Limits
For the New Zealand champion, freediving challenges our terrestrial nature. Each dive pushes forward that boundary that separates humans from dolphins.

A Stromboli Glossary
The explosive normality of the island volcano. A to Z.

Ocean Reads
Suggestions from a waterman’s bookshelf. Forgotten titles, that make us rediscover an unpredictable, reckless and funny humanity.

Journey Among the Imaginary Islands
To those above sea level and those under water. To those that don’t yet exist and those that will never exist. We can’t stop thinking about islands. The words of a writer, like the liquid brushstrokes of an artist, bring islands to the surface from the depths of the soul.

G-Land: Surfing in the Tiger’s Lair
Back in the day there was surfing, the Vietnam War, the counterculture, ‘spice traders’ and a fantastic spot to discover on the southern tip of the island of Java. No one knew how to get there. There was a young surfer, now an indie publisher, who has printed a book to tell this story.

Marcela Witt: Between Ocean and Dunes
Athlete, wahine, woman of the sea; sometimes, one name is not enough to describe a person.

Sea bags
Black, white, snow-white or emblazoned, they are part of seafaring history. They reveal a lot, maybe too much, about the sailor to whom they belong.

Tales of Sailing, Wood, and Surfing
Aboard an old fishing boat in the restless North Sea, in search of sandbars, high tides and waves never surfed before.

Urak Lawoi, the “People of the Sea”
The relationship between sea dwelling populations and land-based civilizations has never been established. Whenever the ancestral routes of the former cross into the modernity of the latter, identities, knowledge, worldviews dissolve like sand in the ocean.

Gente di Mare Award
Adventurer, Storyteller, Defender, three categories for one great passion. Three winners: a sailor, a swimmer and a visionary.

32x23.8 cm / 108 pages / printed on paper made from recycled algae

The magazine is in English.