1. Through the Lens: Nature-Inspired Photography and Stop Motion by Paul Johnson

    We recently learned about Paul Johnson, a graphic designer, photographer and land artist based in Minneapolis, whose work captures some of the most beautiful aspects of nature. He started creating in the outdoors when he was a child, making designs in the sand or dirt, eventually picking up a camera as an adult to capture the beauty of the outdoors. He recently returned to making art using found items in nature, working with stop motion animation to document his earthworks and bring them to life. … Read More

  2. RANGE x Jungmaven: The RANGEMAVEN Limited-Edition SS16 Capsule Collection

    The modern outdoors woman can spot the “right” t-shirt from a mile away. She spends hours scouring the web and combing through thrift stores to find it. She knows all the makings of that special t-shirt: the texture, the smell, the fit, the way the light hits it when the sun starts to set. It’s versatile enough to be worn for a hike or to run errands, and comfortable enough to live in for a few days while on the road. That must-have tee has a casual finish with a borrowed-from-the-boys feel, which the modern outdoors woman makes all her own.

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  3. Creative Conversations: Tradlands is More Than Just a Great Button-front Shirt

    This spring, Tradlands, founded by #modernoutdoorswoman Sadie Roberts, is releasing its latest line of menswear-inspired shirts for women. Made out of durable fabrics sourced in the USA, Tradlands focuses specifically on fit and finish. Not only are their customers wild about shirting, but Sadie also attributes the company’s loyal fanbase in part to a commitment to customer service and feedback.
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  4. On the Road with Molly Steele

    Known for hopping trains and taking solo road trips in the middle of the night, RANGE contributor Molly Steele has quickly become an acclaimed photographer. Playing by her own rules and bringing her camera along the way, Molly invites viewers to join in on her experiences into the “wild” unknown. … Read More