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Vol 3. Bliss
Welcome to the dawn of a new Vertigo in 2022. Explore a new world returning to life with COVID. Feel optimistic about the future and possibilities to come. Allow yourself to be awakened to making a difference, with the welcoming of a bigger, better, and brighter world, stripped from past mistakes and challenges. Welcome to Dawn.
Vertigo explores the eternal dichotomy between control and freedom in our final 2021 volume — Autonomy. In black, white and red, we tell your stories of struggle and triumph. In a world where it feels all facets of our lives are externally controlled in some way, it’s time to regain power.
A serendipitous spark. Intoxicating infatuation. We yearn for it as long as we’re breathing. Illustrate for us the charm and rapture in your romance and your fantasy. We merely summon what has always been within you. For at your best, you are love. Observe the sublime.
Enter the chaos. The noisy uproar of unrestrained disorder. This is Pandemonium. Here to highlight heroic, fearless feats in cultures and celebrate disturbance. It’s time to shine a spotlight onto the messy, the restless and the unrestrained.
Join us as we engage in a collective purpose and analyse how we change, alongside the Earth’s ever-revolving axis. How will we adapt and transform to the shifts in environments and our emotions? How will the current epoch evolve as a result of our impact?
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2020 felt like an entire epoch – where time simultaneously was and wasn’t. Days dragged on while seasons flashed by. The repercussions of this past year are set to shape our lives for at least the next decade. How do we navigate catastrophe as a society? Are we the remedial generation?