Plural is an online magazine of contemporary design and visual arts.
The magazine aims to inspire, to inform and share mainly independent designers, makers, artists, and visionaries. Our objective is to present new ideas, concepts, process, and materials. Valuing craftsmanship and slow production. Disseminating, not only creativity but also sustainable initiatives and projects.
About the founder
Nina Zulian, is a Brazilian designer based in Amsterdam.
The designer owns her small design studio, successfully developing solutions for graphic and textile design. Nina Zulian created the magazine as a form of dialogue and inspirations for people, who like her, are interested in design and sustainability.
“The current moment demands to rethink our lifestyle and products in line with sustainable practices. The need to develop new ideas for collective and global thinking. And the design is the foundation for this” explains the designer about the magazine philosophy.
About the Editor
Gemma Osei is the in-house Editor for Plural Magazine. Since graduating with a 1st in Ancient History from Exeter University, she has gained varied experience within the publishing industry; interning at Penguin UK, working in Waterstones and as Literary Assistant at Caskie Mushens agency in London. Her interest in sustainability and small-label design originally drew her to Plural Magazine. Like Nina Zulian, she believes in the importance of opening a dialogue for all those passionate about the future of sustainable design.
Originally from London, Gemma now lives and works in Amsterdam. She is a freelance Editor open to exploring additional projects alongside Plural Magazine. Please contact her for potential collaborations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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