TROPICAL STOEMP 1
By Pauline Amélie, David Ameye, Gil Barez, Kristel Brusadelli, Pauline Caplet, Jean-Marc Chapa, Stéphane Charpentier, Frédéric Desmots, Nía Diedla, Ariel Pascuali, Manu Jougla, Lionel Jusseret, Michaela Knizova, Natnada Marchal, David Siodos, Marie Sordat, Mathieu Van Assche, & Simon Vansteenwinckel
This magazine with a barbaric name offers 60 pages of images. No text. Only pictures.
Tropical, because it’s going to be hot, exotic, and it’s going to go around the world.
Stoemp (pronounced stoump), named after the popular and simple Brussels dish, consisting of mashed potatoes mixed with one or more vegetables. Because it’s still Belgian, and it will take the form of a tasty mix.
For this first issue, they brought together 18 photographers and around seventy of their photographs. Images that respond to each other, coexist in this exclusive form and tell you a story, the theme of which is inspired by the lyrics of the famous song by Soundgarden: “Black hole sun, won’t you come? And wash away the rain ”.