Of all the debuts we've seen over the last five years, it seemed that Rucksack made the perfect entrance, and did so in a category with many of our best magazines.
The magazine's unusually meditative (for the genre) writing and beguiling, immersive photography swept us away, and that first issue was subsequently reprinted to meet demand. Yet, somehow, it keeps raising the stakes. Its themes are charming, the writing even more imaginative and photography gently and enjoyably conceptual. Issue 5’s 'City' issue, for example, was a deep foray into the urban night that delivered the most ink-saturated magazine we might have ever seen.
So now, after the ‘Endless’ places of issue 6, we have the 'Abandoned' theme for issue 7 – ghost towns, power plants, amusement parks... How is exciting is this?
Anyone who enjoys Wilderness, Another Escape, Les Others, Sidetracked and similar outdoor or travel magazines will need Rucksack on their shelves, but those interested in landscape and thematic photography will also be gripped.
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