Yoni is a sanskrit word that refers to all female sexual organs - vulva, vagina, ovaries, uterine tubes, cervix and uterus. It represents a passage of life, the sacred temple. Refers to the feminine faith and the creative power of nature.
The Magazine appropriated this word to refer to the magic that happens in the womb of every woman, to all the creative power that we carry. It is a collaborative and independent feminine magazine, a space to connect women, add knowledge and share dreams. Rediscovering ourselves and the world.
Yoni is divided into four sessions: Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn, as well as Nature and the cycle of women. The project aims to launch four editions per year: every season beginning.
Each session has visual elements and symbologies related to the season and the cycle of the woman and the Moon. Winter is represented by the new moon and blue colors; Spring, by the crescent moon and green and pink colors; Summer, by the full moon and yellow and orange colors; and Autumn by the waning moon and brown and dark green colors.
The subjects presented at Yoni include: self knowledge, art, technology, photography, health, social project, poetry, illustration, painting, manual work, discovery, sexuality, literature, gastronomy and design. The idea of the magazine is to provide relevant, inspiring and useful information for women in general, regardless of their lifestyle, preferences and ideologies.
Project by Ariadne Hamamoto, Camila Muradas and Vanessa Aragão at the Universidade de Brasília.