Rucksack is a biannual independent magazine that celebrates adventure and photography through written and visual storytelling.
Born in 2016 as an online diary, among the pages of this magazine that also gives space to photographers, creatives and emerging writers, you will find stories, photographic essays, interviews with photographers and insights on photography brands.
Rucksack has no limits or borders, it is highly recommended for those who want to create something new and for those who are thirsty for adventure. It is there to inspire, excite and hypnotize.
Number of pages: 144
VOLUME 6 - Abandoned
The seventh issue of Rucksack explores the theme of abandonment, places once full of life and meaning left empty and forgotten.
Through "Abandoned" we visit neglected motels, deserted cities and abandoned monuments, with photographic reports coming from Pripyat, Svalbard and Furka Pass. These pages evoke a range of deep emotions: nostalgia, wonder and despair. Through short stories and written essays, we consider the difference between what it means to abandon and what it means to forget. We travel to Bodie along a deserted dirt road, wander the silent streets of an empty city and visit an abandoned amusement park. After a year that left us largely uninspired, we realized that it can be found in the most unexpected places.