The first issue of Made In Brazil Magazine is finally available online starting today at madeinbrazilmag.com. Only 1,000 copies of the issue are available, and all the content is exclusive to print. There is no advertisement or text, just 96 pages of pictures with over 20 of the country's biggest male models photographed by Cristiano Madureira. Make sure to get a copy (or two) so we can start working on the next one.
We created the magazine (which is almost really like a book) to be a collector's item, and we intend on keeping it that way if possible, with a different theme and new collaborators and ideas in each issue.
Here is what you will find in Made In Brazil Magazine #1: an 18-page spread with Evandro Soldati, a 14-page story with Arthur Sales, pictures of Alex Schultz, André Ziehe, Edilson Nascimento, Francisco Gassen, Francisco Lachowski, Igor Medeiros, Leo Peixoto, Lucas Mascarini, Marlon Teixeira, Mateus Verdelho, Max Motta, Michael Camiloto, Mihaly Martins, Rafael Lazzini, Raphael Lacchine, Rodrigo Calazans, Romulo Pires, Tiago Gass, Thiago Santos, Thomaz de Oliveira, plus newcomers Gabriel Burger, Jonathan Dalcin, Natan Machado, Rael Costa, and Victor Azzolini. All in 11"x15" format.
Thanks to all of you who attended the launch party on Tuesday night at Cartel 011 in São Paulo, and to Heineken and Burn for providing drinks to the party. It was pretty major, and I am really happy with people's reaction to the publication. Also thanks to the guys at Colletivo for designing the new site for the magazine.
You can buy a copy of Made In Brazil Magazine #1 at madeinbrazilmag.com. I have also posted links for online purchase after the jump.
Please not that we are only offering shipping via SEDEX in Brazil right now but cheaper shipping options are supposed to be implemented on the site next week.
If you are in São Paulo, you can also get a copy of Made In Brazil Magazine #1 at Galeria Mezanino. Make sure to reserve a copy in advance at email@example.com as the number of copies available is limited.
For all international orders:
All copies are shipped directly from Brazil, and we are working on trying to lower shipping costs for international orders for the next issue. At the moment, the least expensive rates we can get with the Brazilian Postal Service are around $23 because of the size of the issue (11"x15" or 26cmx37cm). We know it is expensive, but I can guarantee you we are not making any profit on shipping charges.
All international orders are shipped through the Brazilian Postal Service. To request Fedex International Priority shipments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional charges apply for Fedex services.
For an exclusive preview of the first issue, visit Models.com.
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