Rucksack Magazine Volume 8 (The Coast Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. The stories in this issue explore the theme of coast; vast, open spaces in a constant state of change.
Through ‘Coast’, we showcase how these landscapes are more than simply where land meets water. They serve as pathways to places and feelings etched in memory, a connection with the emotion of our past. We journey through the golden expanse of the Californian coastline, visit remote Scottish coves and drive along dramatic Portuguese cliff drops. Through exploring the Oregon coastline and South West Coast Path, we discover a sense of freedom that emerges when near the water. There is a lightness to our pages, a celebration of the unfiltered happiness only a place such as the coastline can bring.
Rucksack Magazine is a bi-annual publication from the UK. We celebrate visual storytelling and are driven by our passion for adventure and photography. Each Volume explores a central theme. We do not specify our themes to a particular country or event, instead choosing a broader topic allowing for greater range of content within each magazine. We began in 2016 as an online journal. Our online journal is divided into stories, photo essays, photographer interviews and brand features. We work as a platform for new and emerging photographers and writers, connecting a global community of creative storytellers. Our brand has no limits, no boundaries; it is there for those with a thirst for adventure, those who want to create something new, something exciting. It is there to inspire, to excite and to mesmerise.
This publication is 176 pages, perfect bound and printed on uncoated, recycled paper. The cover is embossed with a hessian texture.
Featuring photography by Spencer Backman, Jared Chambers, Brian Chorski, Giulia Gartner, Alice Greenfield, Lydia Harper, Conni Koscina, Mirko Nicholson and J.K Winders.
Featuring writing by Spencer Backman, Mark Casagranda, Will Glover, Laura Pendlebury and Jennifer Smith.
Details: Rucksack Magazine – Volume 8
176 pages, 210 x 274 mm, perfect bound and printed on uncoated, 100% recycled paper. Printed and published in London.