Stack at home — Yuca, February 2017

Posted by Grace Wang on Friday, March 3 2017

Stack subscribers around the world react to February's delivery, Bogotá-based Yuca magazine

Last month Stack subscribers opened their envelopes to find the hefty second issue of Yuca magazine. Based between Bogotá and Barcelona, it’s a title integrating art, culture, photography and literature. Taking two themes at a time, this issue sits at the intersection of migration and architecture, and it is filled with delightful, intriguing features ranging from asteroids, to Calais, to finding home.

We’ve had lots of great comments from subscribers through Instagram and Twitter about this month’s magazine, and here are a few of our favourites. Scroll down to see who won this month’s Stack t-shirt, and you can also find the rest of the posts on our Pinterest board.

6. Tuck in!
Like Peter, each month I hastily rip into my Stack envelope so I can get my hands on the month’s magazine ASAP.

5. Novel perspectives
Subscribers enjoyed the free poster and chapter we sent out for The Nix, Nathan Hill’s new novel published by Picador. Fitting indeed.

4. Centrefold love
Here’s an adorable snap from Lithuanian studio, Blushing Creative, featuring a photo series of four architects exploring the meaning of walls in their work.

3. Afternoon reading in Uptown DC
We’re stoked that Alison’s happy with her Stack subscription. (Also, check out that dreamy tonal blending on her slate rug and the magazine’s cover.)

@stackmagazines might be the best thing I've ever spent money on // love this issue of @yucamag

A post shared by Alison Beshai (@alisonbeshai) on

2. Ta-da!
This short video from Soglia Studio playfully portrays the excitement in unveiling each month’s surprise magazine.

1. Print enthusiast
Jerome is obviously a fanatic for printed goods, so we’re flushed that he has singled out Stack as his choice of recommended reading! A Stack tee is on its way to you…

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