A bestselling book by Rucksack Magazine.
The stories in this book explore the theme of elements; frozen seas crashing onto charcoal sand, deserted landscapes disappearing beneath swathes of rolling mist and lava erupting from smoking volcanoes.
Through ‘Elements’, we discover these are places that cannot be defined or described in a phrase or sentence, constrained to a single image. These are places that need to be felt; to be showcased and explored, a connection with their wild beauty unearthed. Divided into four parts, the visual and written stories in this book portray the raw, unrelenting power of earth, air, fire and water. With dramatic photography and captivating narratives from locations such as Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Scotland and the Pacific Northwest, the purpose of these pages is to amaze and enthral; to inspire awe and wonder at the beautifully terrifying world around us.
- This publication features a hardcover with quarter-bound black linen spine. The book is 240 pages and is printed on heavyweight uncoated paper.
- Featuring photography by Fran Mart, Emilie Ristevski and Uncercle.
- Published by Lannoo, November 2020.