Cercle Magazine has been founded in 2011 by three graphic designers and illustrators: Marlène Astrié, Marie Secher and Maxime Pintadu.
Each issue is based on a single idea. A concentration of different aspects of one particular topic (professional, visual, scientific, literary and artistic) in order to produce a surprising, cheerful and yet demanding magazine, aimed to be collected and to deliver timeless articles.
Issue 7, Volcanoes.
The seventh issue of Cercle Magazine is all about Volcanoes! Rocks, magma, strata, stones, explosion, lava, fumaroles... With Cercle, 2019 will definitely be under the aegis of geology.
Monster made of lava and ashes, the volcano impresses, but is also a source of fascination and beauty, a marker of the world's health and dynamism. And when the lava buries all its surroundings, it is the creative energy and the destructive passion that this issue calls for.
With four interviews of professionals working in art, cinema, volcanology, sociology, plus a portfolio introducing ten artists, photographers or illustrators interviewed about their practice, this seventh issue of Cercle Magazine will be the most explosive yet!
Interviews: Jacques-Marie Bardintzeff, volcanologist, Joanie Lemercier, visual artist, Clive Oppenheimer, volcanologist, André Demaison, passionate about volcanology and friend of Maurice and Katia Krafft
Portfolio : Ella Webb (UK), Daesung Lee (South Korea), Maria Medem (Spain), Emmanuelle Pidoux (France), Marine Froeliger (France), Dans le ciel tout va bien (France), Cody Cobb (USA), Thomas Shearer (USA)Contributors: Léo Puel, Emilie Fernandez, Alexandre Rochon, Perrine Lotiron, Agata Felluga, Alicia Dorey, Jean Walch, Verene de Hutten, Marion Cole.