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Cele mai frumoase reviste print din perioada pandemiei

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Printul n-a murit, printul se reinventează. Mai ales în aceste vremuri când toată lumea insistă să stăm acasă, pentru a ne proteja de virus. Aplaud fiecare redactor șef care decide să meargă mai departe cu revista în format print. Și aplaud și mai tare publicul care în continuare comandă online produsul. E important să susținem toate business-urile în această perioadă, nu doar la nivel declarativ, mai ales dacă situația financiară ne permite.

În ceea ce mă privește, sunt fericita posesoare a unui abonament digital care conține mai multe reviste internaționale, în special cele din UK, un cadou de la prietena mea care locuiește la Londra și mă bucur de doi ani de zile de el. Ce am descoperit perioada asta?

O serie de povești extraordinare, vizuale, despre lumea în vremea pandemiei. Aruncați o privire mai jos:

 

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É em tempos difíceis que se mede a força de uma comunidade. E este e os vindouros serão daqueles que porão à prova o nosso sentido de Humanidade e de sociedade. Para assinalar um mês – um semestre? Um ano? – que ficará para a História como um dos mais desafiantes desta geração, a GQ celebra a força lutadora do ser humano, bem como o otimismo para um futuro que se quer, que se sabe, será melhor. Um repto à não desistência, à luta, ao sorriso e à entreajuda numa edição que chega às bancas na 5f, 02 de abril, juntamente com o download de pdf gratuito. Até lá, vale a pena assegurar a sua cópia desta edição especial que ficará para a História – das revistas e do Mundo – em gqportugal.pt/assine. #gqportugal Capa 02 de 02 — It’s in the most difficult times that a community’s strength is measured. And these ones and the ones to come will be one of those that will test our sense of humanity and of society. To mark a month – a semester? A year? – that will be seen in History as one of the most challenging for this generation, GQ celebrates the fighting strength of the human being as well as the optimism for a future that needs – that will – be better. A message to not giving up, to fight, to smile and to help each other in an issue that hits stands on Thursday, April 2nd, along with the free download of the pdf. Until then, you should definitely make sure you grab a copy of this special issue that will undoubtedly stay in the pages of History – for both magazines and the world – in gqportugal.pt/assine. #gqportugal Cover 02 of 02 #editorinchief & #coverartdesign @jsantanagq #everythingsgonnabealright #aprilissue #April #coronavirus #covid19 #fight #smile #optimism @lighthouse.publishing

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This week’s cover, “Bedtime,” by Chris Ware. #NewYorkerCovers

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On March 10, we assigned Magnum photographer Alex Majoli to document the growing COVID-19 crisis in Italy. Is a pandemic a war? If so, it is a microscopic battle, one difficult to depict. But Majoli—who has photographed in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Kosovo—powerfully captures the front line fighters, the stoicism of the public, the prayers of the faithful, and, above all, a new kind of quiet solidarity. These pictures are the latest in a long tradition of photojournalism in V.F—dispatches from a nation under siege. And as the crisis moves to New York, they are illustrations of the resolve and resilience that, in this strange war, will make all the difference. —@RadhikaJones, Editor in Chief. Read more at the link in bio. Photographs by #AlexMajoli, @magnumphotos

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Since the coronavirus was declared a pandemic on March 11, many companies have attempted to rapidly move their operations, culture, management style and communications fully online. The first few days were great. No need to put together an outfit, no reason to comb your hair or even look in the mirror. No commute! But unlike many things in life, working from home does not always get better with experience. The coronavirus pandemic has utterly disrupted the way millions of us work, and while the public health emergency will someday dissipate, some aspects of the ‘Work From Home Revolution’ are likely here to stay. Hit the link in our bio to read how the coronavirus will change how we work forever. | Illustration: Alex Fine for Newsweek

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The Vogue Italia April Issue will be out next Friday 10th. 🤍🤍🤍 “In its long history stretching back over a hundred years, Vogue has come through wars, crises, acts of terrorism. Its noblest tradition is never to look the other way. Just under two weeks ago, we were about to print an issue that we had been planning for some time, and which also involved L’Uomo Vogue in a twin project. But to speak of anything else – while people are dying, doctors and nurses are risking their lives and the world is changing forever – is not the DNA of Vogue Italia. Accordingly, we shelved our project and started from scratch. The decision to print a completely white cover for the first time in our history is not because there was any lack of images – quite the opposite. We chose it because white signifies many things at the same time. 🤍🤍🤍 White is first of all respect. White is rebirth, the light after darkness, the sum of all colours. White is the colour of the uniforms worn by those who put their own lives on the line to save ours. It represents space and time to think, as well as to stay silent. White is for those who are filling this empty time and space with ideas, thoughts, stories, lines of verse, music and care for others. White recalls when, after the crisis of 1929, this immaculate colour was adopted for clothes as an expression of purity in the present, and of hope in the future. Above all: white is not surrender, but a blank sheet waiting to be written, the title page of a new story that is about to begin.” #EmanueleFarneti @EFarneti #imagine #FarAwaySoClose #WhiteCanvas — Read the full Editor’s letter via link in bio. Full credits: Editor in chief @Efarneti Creative director @FerdinandoVerderi

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