Telerama Cover Photography: Alexandros Maragos | Issue: #3630 “Les îles et nous” | Client: Télérama | Group: Le Monde
Special Issue: “Les îles et nous” (The Islands and us). Out today in newsstands across France and on telerama.fr
About the Cover Photo
Saint Nicholas island is a very small uninhabited island in the Gulf of Corinth in Phocis, Central Greece. In the islet there is only a small church dedicated to Saint Nicholas. Tech info: Aerial. Shot on DJI Mavic Air.
About Issue 3630
This summer Télérama takes you to the islands. Go to Madagascar, where the myth of a pirates' democratic society survives, on Fire Island, the paradise of the gay community, in Noirmoutier, the secret garden of Jacques Demy and Agnès Varda, in Stromboli who bewitched Rossellini, in Tahiti, where Matisse revived, in Groix, where a handful of film buffs pay tribute to the inhabitants of the archipelago.
France’s major weekly cultural magazine Télérama was founded in 1947 and has a circulation of 600,000 copies. Its content has a broad editorial coverage aiming to inform people of national or international cultural events. The publication deals with political, business, national and international news through culture (cinema, music, books, dance, theatre, design, art, television, radio). Its success can be explained by the way that the journalists and graphic designers try with creativity to put in the editorial some well-known and unknown cultural events. Télérama has always known how to develop its readers’ curiosity and therefore remains the most modern and daring magazine, on account of its editorial content and layout. The cover layout is organized to work as an opening to the magazine, as much as to enforce the brand’s values, without imposing them aggressively, following the publication’s own policy of informing without imposing a certain point of view.