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Lampoon 22: The Commitment Issue
Lampoon 22: The Commitment Issue
Lampoon 22: The Commitment Issue
Lampoon 22: The Commitment Issue
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Lampoon 22: The Commitment Issue

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Circular economies, Global Forestry and every Sustainable Matters are the topics Lampoon is committed to. In line with that mission, journalism at Lampoon is about chronicles and reporting in the luxury fields. This includes fashion, design, crafting, creativity.  Lampoon has embarked on a path of evolution towards circularity. This done by shifting the focus on breakthroughs in the science of sustainability. Both in urban and civil development, and by converting its own printing production to low-impact processes.

Transparency, Humanity, Civil Rights. Lampoon 22 talks with international stakeholders. Proactively committed towards environmental matters worldwide. The issue includes dialogues with Artistic Director of Hermès, Pierre Alexis Dumas, the Commissioner for the New York City Parks Department Mitchell Silver, sustainability Officer and President of Fondation Chanel, Andrea d’Avack, botanist Patrick Blanc, London’s Deputy Mayor Shirley Rodrigues, founder of Plant-for-the-Planet, Felix Finkbeiner, and Deputy mayor of Tirana, Anuela Ristani.

Among the artists that have collaborated with Lampoon and provided visual contributions are Daniel King with Youth Culture, Nadine Fraczkowski with A Few Human Habits, Katerina Jebb, Marie Schuller, Collina Strada portrayed by Charlie Engman, Ashish presenting an isolation postcards collage, Katerina Jebb, Sebastian Lager releasing an artificial documentary, Marie Tomanova with a self-portrait series. Ovum, a creative project centered on the reinterpretation of an object – a porcelain egg kindly provided by Ginori 1735 – features artists Johnson Tsang, Ibrahim Kamara and Giovanni Vetere.

Published by Lampoon Magazine
480 pages
252 x 334 mm
ISBN 9788894547504




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