COSMOS

The Cosmos Issue. VOL 1.

With Sebastian Wahl, Louis Vuitton, Alan Jaras, Sabrina Nait, NASA and Hunter & Gatti.

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COSMOS

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We have always felt intrigued by the unknown, the inexplicable, the unexplored. And beyond any shadow of a doubt, there is nothing more mysterious and mind-blowing than the vast, silent openness of space.

What’s surprising about our fascination with the universe is that, despite the fact that humanity has advanced considerably and nowadays technology is at its peak, we hardly know anything about its origins, or at least nothing definite. Space still exerts a tremendous appeal on us and planet Earth, the crown of the Milky Way, seems to wander eternally, full of mysteries, in the surrounding stardust.  After all, although …


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