Faune is a beautifully photographed and minimally designed wildlife & travel magazine that explores the beauty of the natural world.
Summer 2019 - from long haul travellers and shorter commuters to settled residents, volume 2 explore the cities of Mumbai, Lisbon and Venice, converse with architect Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai and introduce the subject of Flora. Faune delves into the stories of some of India’s most iconic birds and how their journeys and habitats have evolved alongside ours.
- 162 page format
- Printed in the United Kingdom
- printed full colour on FSC uncoated paper
- See our full book and magazine collection
- Faune Magazine is a certified CarbonNeutral® publication
Picking up where they left off in the previous volume, they also return to the wilds of Rajasthan, bringing you the tale of the Royal Bengal Tiger and exploring little-seen corners of the desert state.
Faune, through its beautiful photography and evocative writing, hopes to reconnect their readers with the natural world. Each issue is comprised of select wildlife, travel and lifestyle features. A blend of thoughtful long-form journalism, shorter essays and interviews, as well as captivating visual stories. In each issue, they escape to wild destinations to find the most incredible and elusive creatures, explore carefully selected destinations with fresh eyes, and delve on the importance of what surrounds us in our daily lives - All of Faune’s content is commissioned and exclusive.
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS Issue 9 of Ernest, a journal for enquiring minds.. Life on the Blasket Islands; our relationship with sea ice; living art and lost boulders with David Nash; whistling languages...
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS Cytisus Striatus - Portuguese Broom. Inspired by the native wild plants of Portugal, this beautiful vintage style botanical illustration is printed on antique peach coloured paper, in high-quality archival ink with details highlighted in shimmering...
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS Lavandula Stoechas - wild lavender. Inspired by the native wild plants of Portugal, this beautiful vintage style botanical illustration is printed on antique peach coloured paper, in high quality archival ink with...
DESCRIPTION ABOUT REVIEWS The Selkie Wrap, a one-off shawl handwoven by Bright Moon Weaving Studio on the South coast of England. The yarns in this piece have been botanically dyed before blending...