Sindroms is a journal of monochrome states of mind. The print magazine published biannually is curating its content based on specific colors, investigating them across culture and immersing its readers in the feelings and moods evoked by each color.
The first and recently published issue channels the states of mind that the color red can provoke. To explore this color they look at everything around them, letting their readers experience the feelings it evokes.
They provide an elevated and educated dialogue on design, art, culture, travel, fashion, food, film and music, meant to delight and inspire people to enjoy a more beautiful lifestyle.
Their tone is simple and witty with the occasional sophisticated influences. Humour is highly encouraged as well as being analytical, while positive criticism underline their authentic points of view.
Sindrom’s aesthetic is clean, simple, playful, and of course very colourful. High quality, conceptual images and graphics are defining the visual content and provide an inspiring story telling. Their editorial is a mix of carefully curated features, in-depth interviews, as well as creative essays.