Stack at Home: Nork
Nork is made in Tromsø in Norway, presenting a view of the world as seen from high above the Arctic Circle. Themed ‘The Holy Cosmos’, the issue blends fiction with reality to create a fantastical tone that runs through the pages. Nork picked up Best Use of Illustration at last year’s Stack Awards, and the imagery in this issue is essential to the dreamy, slightly trippy aesthetic — from the elemental, quasi-religious formations on the front and inside covers through to Finnish artist Anton Pitkänen’s mixed media creations, and Mylo Mark’s fragmented collages.
Below, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite photographs of Nork sent in by Stack subscribers. Right at the bottom you’ll find our Stack subscriber of the month.
We love this video and the way it zooms in on Nork’s starry night.
4. Coffee, pizza
Magazines and pizza is a magical combination. Not so sure about coffee and pizza but it’s an interesting idea.
— Christina Brandon (@brandonically) October 27, 2020
Nork’s cover matches this subscriber’s bedsheets.
Closing in on the quasi-religious formations on the inside covers.
1. First time
First-time Stack subscriber Thom Wolfe won our photo competition this month. Stack T-shirt on its way to you, Thom.
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