1. Creative Conversations: RANGE Magazine x Christine Mitchell Adams

    RANGE Magazine is (almost) back and better than ever! Issue Three, a 40-page, full-color newsprint, will launch this summer both digitally and in print, and our team is itching to share its stories with you. This season’s mag will feature an even larger array of unique illustrations and photography than the last, thanks to several talented creatives we admire and hold dear to our hearts, one of them being Christine Mitchell Adams.

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  2. Hit List: Our Top Yoga Accessory Picks For A Mindful Practice

    We all need something to help us refresh and regroup, an activity to open up the mind, body, heart and soul, or wash away a difficult day. For us, that’s often gaining a little headspace with some soothing vinyasa flow and mindful meditation, so we’ve always got our eyes on the latest yoga accessories that encourage a nourishing practice. We’ve rounded up some of our well-designed, eco-friendly favorites in this week’s Hit List.

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  3. Creative Conversations: Andrew Groves, The Man Behind Miscellaneous Adventures

    One of our favorite parts about putting together RANGE Magazine is finding passionate, talented people to partner with for photo shoots, illustrations and creative brand stories. When we made Issue One, RANGE enlisted illustrator and maker Andrew Groves to create a special infographic for a feature on goTenna, a rad off-the-grid communication technology. Since then, Andrew’s art project, Miscellaneous Adventures, has taken off.

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  4. “Under The Stars” With Hipcamp

    Hipcamp has finally set its stake in the Northeastern United States and to celebrate, they hosted their second “Under The Stars” campout, this time in Ghent, New York at the beautiful Meadowgreens campground, a vast property that’s part of a golf course and boasts stunning views of the Catskills and Berkshires. We rounded up the NYC RANGE crew, packed up the car, and left dreary, rainy Brooklyn behind to join 200 others for an epic night in the woods, but first, we stopped in Beacon along the way for some burgers and brews.

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  5. Outdoor Brands Are Taking Cues From The Fitness Arena

    Here at RANGE we’re always keeping an eye on how the outdoor industry is connected to other markets like fashion, wellness and fitness. In the past few years, we’ve seen fashion grab heaps of inspo from outdoor in the form of Birkenstock and Teva sandals on the runway, and Louis Vuitton men’s outerwear inspired by Patagonia’s Retro-X fleece jacket. However, now the outdoor industry is taking the reins and integrating aspects of the booming fitness wear movement into their marketing, communication and design strategies.

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  6. The BEST Environmentally Conscious Outerwear For Spring Adventures

    The “tweener” stage. Sometimes it means you’re not quite a rebellious teenager and not really an immature child, or sometimes it’s feeling unstable, in limbo from one life decision to the next. For us, hanging out in the “tweener” stage often signifies that time of year when it’s not quite summer yet, but warmer temps have us itching to hike, paddle, cycle and get moving outside.

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  7. Creative Conversations: Vicki Turner The Sustainable Maker

    Anyone in the creative design or marketing realm knows that Instagram is one of the best tools to build your network and meet new, inspiring people. For us, this often means browsing through profiles of brand designers and artists to see who’s integrating nature into their work in the most imaginative ways. Occasionally we find product designers who are taking their brand to the next level of innovation, and sometimes we find freelance artists who skillfully merge their passions with their talents to create artwork for organizations, editorials, collectors and themselves. … Read More