Besides providing botanical contents in a simple, personal and cozy way; The Plant offers plant lovers a new look at greenery by featuring the works of many creative people who share our love for plants. As a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery, the magazine presents a monograph on a specific plant; bringing together photographers, illustrators, designers, musicians, writers, and visual artists, both established and emerging, from all over the world. These people share with The Plant their unique perceptions and experiences of plants.
The Plant Magazine offers to plant lovers a new look on greenery by featuring the works of creative people who also love plants.
As a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery, the magazine presents a monographic on a specific plant and brings together photographers, illustrators, designers, musicians, writers, and visual artists; both established and emerging, from all over the world, to share with The Plant their perceptions and experiences around plants.
The magazine is edited in Barcelona, together with London and Amsterdam one of the capitals of creative publishing.
*Please note: each issue has multiple covers and you may receive a cover that is not pictured here.
Issue 17: Cover by Jenna Gribbon. Also with Lucie and Luke Meier at Zermatt captured by Olivier Kervern; the Bulgarian Rose Valley by Kerry J. Dean; Clara Balzary, Peter Jordanov and so much more.
Issue 16: Cover by Peter Jordanov. Also with titillating flowers lying on the pavement captured by Harley Weir in Doom and Bloom; Ruth Asawa’s passion for growing; Jack Davison’s blossoming dreams and a homage to the majesty and stillness of Mount Fuji; and so much more.
Issue 15: On this cover an artwork by artist Camille Henrot, ‘with whom we have worked on a series of drawings on sustainability’.
Issue 14: Features the flowers of Disneyland by Alasdair Mclellan and opens up with Young Voices, a story by photographer Sam Rock and Omaima Salem, captured during London’s first global climate strike. In the following pages, a conversation with writer Olivia Laing photographed by Kuba Ryniewciz, a journey to Charleston House in England’s East Sussex, beautifully captured by photographer Matthieu Lavanchy before visiting the new Covent Garden Flower Market, seen through the eyes of Chris Rhodes.
It follows Isabella Killoran as she leads us through the inner world of childhood, Camille Vivier and Sandra Berrebi team up to put together A Giving Tree and last but not least, Rainer Judd writes a letter from the Far West about how fire can be both a creator and a destroyer accompanied by Max Farago’s impressive photographs shot in California.
Regular contributor and photographer Marcelo Gomes guides us through a magical trip to New Zealand. We close the issue with the usual Loose Leaves section, featuring short and compelling stories by perfumer Lyn Harris, florist Doan Ly, chef Shuko Oda and wanderings around Lisboa’s Estufa Fría, Bialowieza forest and some fabulous Japanese playgrounds, amongst others!
Softcover, perfect binding, 9 inches x 12 inches, The Plant, Summer 2019.