Photographer Adrià Cañameras has made long glittering stretches of Mediterranean landscapes his bread and butter, so when it came to contributing to the new issue of Temps de Vacances, a biannual indie mag-cum-travelogue, he seems to have been a natural fit to contribute.
The design concept was thought up by design studio Naranjo-Etxeberria, which describes it as “an international magazine with a local point of view,” and incorporates an acetate cover, photography-dominated features and number of super tactile-looking inserts, while photographer Adrià has found good company in the likes of fellow photographers Ryan de la Hoz, Renato D’Agostin and Brian Griffin. The content of the magazine is a where’s-where of tropical holiday spots – all nude babes, exotic flora and sun glinting off reflective surfaces. In fact, it seems to have been dreamt up solely to satisfy your longing for a summer holiday – a concept we can’t argue with.
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