THE PRINT ISSUES

#04 the ESCAPISM issue

NOMADSofORIGIN Magazine #04 The ESCAPISM

Considering the pandemic we have been going in the past year, we can all use a bit of an escape from reality. This is why we dedicated our latest print issue to the art of finding distraction. In the ESCAPISM Issue we combine the efforts of journalists, travel photographers and storytellers, giving you a ticket to a world of travel, to immerse yourself in without having to leave your home.

We interviewed travel photographer Rachel Claire, who reflected upon how we can travel the world in a more sustainable way. Sophia Harding shares her favourite self-care routines and the benefits to using Palm of Feronia’s eco products, while Jenny Melia talked to us about starting up her coral-planting jewellery brand empowering women to ‘wear the ocean’. Our travel guides take you across the Bahamas and the sandy dunes of Little Sahara Recreation Area. Follow us to underwater caves where you can dive sustainably; camp in the African wilderness to learn about the local safari industry impacts; discover some of the best stargazing destinations. We give you tips on fishing in Turkey and insights into abstract tourism. In the ESCAPISM Issue we invite you to get involved in our #STREETSofORIGIN social media challenge.

#03 the NOMADIC issue

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NOMADSofORIGIN Magazine’s #03 ‘NOMADIC issue’ searches for that epitome feeling of freedom, while emerging the readers in the beauty of leading a nomadic lifestyle. Through articles and photo guides, we roam the world, much like nomads do, to connect with a lively variety of cultures and places.

We follow in the footsteps of desert tribes, hike the Balkan Mountains and dive with true sea nomads. This is your guide to experiencing remote regions, underwater worlds, tourist hot spots, and the inspiration behind the work of today’s change makers.

Read the exclusive insights from Australian-based home-lovers I Love Linen, skincare specialist Buck Naked Soap Company, and forward-thinking fashion ground breaker  Léa The Label. Our photo guides explore European gems in Rome and some of the most stunning Greek islands. We learn about the culture of locals and tell stories that inspire the next generation of sustainable travellers.

#02 the CLIMATE CHANGE issue

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NOMADSofORIGIN Magazine's #02 'CLIMATE CHANGE issue' explores the effects that climate change has upon nature, the animal kingdom and humankind alike. Follow us to Aura House, the tucked-away bamboo paradise in the heart of the Balinese jungle. Explore the concept of a new era of refugees, who move due to how climate change affects their homelands. Read our exclusive interview with the co-founders of Will&Bear, the hat brand that helps plant trees and the team behind IBUKU, the geniuses who revolutionise the future of architecture.

We take a look at the idea of a controversy and those, who express disbelief that climate change is real. We take you to the ice covered tops of the mountains in Barrow, Alaska in our photo guide and discuss what the difference of 1°C means for nature and all living species. 

We are humbled and grateful to be able to introduce to you The CLIMATE CHANGE issue.

#01 the land issue

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NOMADSofORIGIN Magazine's #01 'LAND issue' reflects on people's relationship with the land. We explored the territory of Burma, Africa and South America. We take the readers to the Australian continent to talk about the Indigenous Australians. Then we cross the world all the way to Europe to explore Bulgaria and Italy. The editors present exclusive interviews with the creator of 3 Minute Bulgaria and the team behind Masseria Moroseta, the guest house close to Ostuni, Italy.

The issue explores lost territories and pieces of land that don't exist anymore. We take you on a journey up in the mountains to talk about the nations who live there. As part of our 'Conversation' section, we discussed the issues of riding elephants as part of travelling consciously, while also putting an emphasis of the current (at the time) situation at the US-Mexico border.

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