Art Directed by Jonathan Cammisa, Issue Three utilizes unique photography, illustration, collage and sculpture to communicate the many facets of the human experience in nature. However, it also offers unparalleled stories of sound, material, design and community to ignite discussion of seasonal trends—everything from refreshing retail, event and brand concepts to emerging outdoor-related activities and destinations. RANGE Magazine Issue Three’s pages will truly inspire readers to adventure outdoors with curiosity, mindfulness, imagination and appreciation.

RANGE paired up with more creative contributors than ever before to create Issue Three, including Italian photographer and artist Filippo Minelli. The magazine cover features an image from his ongoing series Silence/Shapes, a collection of photographs created using colorful smoke installations in various natural environments.

RANGE also partnered with Victoria Masters and Dave Sutton of Stadiums & Shrines, who were last seen driving across New Zealand in Issue Two. For the upcoming issue, the couple presents a captivating photo story of their days celebrating life, art and creativity at FORM Arcosanti in Arizona’s high desert. Additionally, this season’s magazine includes an article by Adam Geremia, a photographer, filmmaker and storyteller at the global design firm IDEO. This feature will dig deep into his inspirations and meditations for the running cult he’s only half-kidding about starting.

Issue Three of RANGE Magazine will also highlight artwork from photographers Mikael Kennedy, David Smith, Peter Sutherland, Nick Joseph, and Gale Straub, as well as illustrations by Christine Mitchell Adams and returning artists Seth Neilson and Obi Kaufmann.


RANGE Magazine Issue Three was made possible by title sponsor CORDURA®, who shares the inspirational stories behind their upcoming collaborative collections with Struktur Studio and FairEnds, as well as several other active lifestyle brand sponsors, including Burton, Reebok, Struktur Event, Leatherman, Wigwam and Timbuk2.

Environmentally conscious outdoor apparel and gear specialist Patagonia will have issues of RANGE Magazine available in 14 different retail locations across the United States. Timbuk2, creator of made-to-order lifestyle bags, will also carry Issue Three in their San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver and Toronto stores, as well as their new Portland, OR shop.