In our last issue we proposed a riddle on the last page. A photo that portrayed something that is very well known in Ibiza but that was enlarged so that it was very difficult to identify. The prize: a dinner for two at a prestigious restaurant in Ibiza. What was in the photo?
Issue 3 of NATIV magazine flooded Ibiza last June 29th after a tough pandemic. After two years of Coronavirus we were very excited to be back and we worked hard to make a spectacular issue, a monograph that revolved around the idea of “The future is now”, in which we urged everyone not to leave anything for tomorrow and to act now.
The launch party was celebrated last June 30th with a double event at the beautiful WOW restaurant in Santa Gertrudis. From six in the evening until midnight, we not only danced under the stars but also ate WOW’s delicious food. It was also the day that NATIV launched its impressive new website, www.nativibiza.com, (the one you are reading now). It was a very special moment for us as we moved towards our ultimate goal: to create a 360º brand.
Everyone congratulated us for the beautiful copy we had produced, almost 180 pages full of news, current events, fashion, food, and recycling practices that culminated in our ADÈU page where we proposed the following riddle.
HERE’S HOW THE CONTEST WAS SET UP
“You’ve made it to the end of another exciting issue of NATIV! Thank you! But we can’t let you go without giving you something in return. The photo you see on this page portrays something that is very well known in Ibiza… but we’ve enlarged it to make it very difficult to identify.
If you think you know what it is and where it is, send your answer to email@example.com and put “Adeu” in the subject line. You could win a dinner for two at a prestigious restaurant in Ibiza.”
THIS IS OUR WINNER
Diana Riera is a young woman who after a lot of research discovered who the eye on our last page belonged to. “After searching a lot during the whole week (it was very difficult but I loved the challenge!), I think the photo represents the eye of the Ibizan historian Joan Marí Cardona. The bronze bust is located in the square of the church of Sant Rafel de sa Creu”, she told us in her email. Congratulations to our brand new winner!