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Monterrey-based studio Face just launched a new project: P Magazine. Curated by photographers Cecy Young & Mariana García, P Magazine is a hardcover book with a 300-issue limited edition. It will be published annually, with almost 200 pages of exclusive photography and artwork content created by a select group of contributors across the globe regarding arts, journalism, photography, fashion and everything that is beautiful.

P Magazine is an aesthetic object-book designed as a collector’s edition.

This project has been cooking inside Face for almost a year, focusing not only on the editorial finesse and the quality of it’s content but also on beautiful print collateral like a poster and a tote-bag, available only to the first 50 collectors to get it. Embracing a raw theme for the first issue, the spreads show a keen eye for a natural and visceral aesthetic, and the glorification of universal female beauty.

The first book is a vast collection of beautiful images and words where senses collide, where a dialog between flesh and soul happens, it’s an awakening experience.

Inside you will find the work of Jacob Sadrak, Aaron Feaver, Luc Braquet, Fabiola Zamora, Michal Pudelka and many more.

Make sure to follow them on tumblr and instagram for more news and previews about the project.

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    A guy at work
    19th Jul 2013
    3:58 pm
  1. :( I’d appreciate it if you could leave out NSFW material, no matter how well it’s designed. Thanks.

  2. Damon
    23rd Jul 2013
    9:16 am
  3. I think there might be a reason the last shot shows the magazine hidden inside a bag. So you can take it home in privacy and have a dialogue of flesh and soul.

  4. Wig
    24th Jul 2013
    4:45 pm
  5. :) I’d appreciate it if you could show more NSFW material, as long as it’s well designed. Thanks.

  6. GlennGlenn
    25th Jul 2013
    6:19 am
  7. @Wig Haha, consider it done :)

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