Stack at home – November 2015

by Stine Fantoft Berg in November 2015
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This month’s Stack delivery was the fantastically enigmatic Latvian magazine Benji Knewman. Lots of our subscribers took to their phones to proclaim their love for the new arrival, and as always, we’ve collected all the photos from across social media in a Pinterest board.

The following are our 10 favourite photos from subscribers. Scroll on for tropical rain, a stretchy cat and a very cool lizard…

10. Patterned pairings
I’m not sure whether it was intentional, but Claire’s outfit is a perfect match for the cover and spine of Benji.

More weekend reads – Benji Knewman @stackmagazines latest

A photo posted by Claire Sambrook (@clairesambrook) on

9. Rainy day
Despite our envy looking out at the gloomy London sky, we love seeing the Stack magazines finding homes across the globe. Here from a lush garden in Thailand. 


Great read #benjiknewman on a rare wet day in Thailand #pimalairesort. #stacksmagazine.


A photo posted by Antony Forrester (@2potts) on

8. A monthly surprise
A simple shot displaying the contents of this month’s delivery, including a Mubi postcard by the wonderful illustrator Maria Ines Gul, and a small greeting from Weapons of Reason.


Yeah I’m into the lacey Latvian thug vibe via @stackmagazines #supportyourlocal #magazines


A photo posted by Ralph (@firstnameralph) on

7. Lazy cat

Nick captured one of our favourite spreads from the magazine, taken from a story on Saturdays in bed. Not sure the cat looks completely relaxed though…


Woot woot @stackmagazines @benjiknewman Volume 3 #stackmagazine


A photo posted by Nick Bethell-Collins (@nfbcollins) on

6. Time to read
‘How to spend a Sunday morning in style’, courtesy of Hilda from Sweden. With their new national six-hour workday there should be even more time to be spent like this.


Sunday reading. #stackmagazines


A photo posted by Hilda Grahnat (@hildagrahnat) on

5. Beautiful binding
Lots of our subscribers showed their appreciation for Benji Knewman’s immaculate production and attention to detail. Here’s Saffron getting excited about the lovely exposed spine.

Tfw you get excited about zine binding #benjiknewman #zine #independent #stackmagazine A photo posted by Saffron Peacock (@saffronpeacock) on

4. A bad day turned great
The nail polish, the Herzog-style lizard crawling into shot… we’d love to know what had made Sharae’s day bad before we put things right.

@stackmagazines & @benjiknewman just made a bad day great! #benjiknewman A photo posted by shay (@sharae.harris) on

3. A flat or an artist’s back garden?
Very pleased we could deliver Benji Knewman for Emily’s first Stack instalment – looking good amongst the greenery.

Not a candid shot but the setup is real, sometimes I’m so pretentious I can’t tell if I live in a flat or an artist’s back garden. Also, my first STACK magazine arrived #vscocam @stackmagazines #stack A photo posted by Emily van Blanken (@emilyvanblanken) on

2. All is fine
Rebecca turns to the back cover to remind us of this issue’s central message. A lovely photo!

Diggin’ the latest #stackmagazine #benjiknewman

A photo posted by Rebecca Kelly (@b_eckelly) on

1. Real life messiness
Roaisin’s messy desk is a breath of fresh air amongst Instagram’s prevailing minimalism. And completely in line with the ethos of Benji Knewman – just be yourself. I wish we could gift you a bigger desk, but a Stack tee is all we can offer for now. Hope you like it!

Need a bigger desck m8

A photo posted by ☽ r o/a i s i n (@alpxcalypse) on

Honourable mention

Without picturing Benji Knewman, I didn’t feel I could include this in the main selection. However, Sebastian’s wall deserves a mention. Can you spot all the Stack x Mubi postcards?

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