Stack in the wild

by Steve Watson in March 2015
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Last month’s Stack delivery was the very lovely Australian magazine Dumbo Feather, and subscribers responded in typical Stack fashion by taking out their phones and sharing pictures of their new reading material. I created a Pinterest board with all the pictures I could find, and the following represents my favourite five pictures from February.

Have a look, and remember, you too could receive a beautiful piece of print every month – just sign up to Stack and we’ll do the rest.

05. Subscription addict
Beth is clearly a lover of subscriptions – her copy of Dumbo Feather is accessorised here by a necklace from Not Another Bill.

Happy post haul today from @notanotherbill and @stackmagazines #jewellery #magazines #dumbofeather

A photo posted by Beth Squires (@bethesme) on

04. Sorry rock
This issue of Dumbo Feather includes a story on “sorry rocks” – the pieces of stone taken from Australian national parks by tourists and later returned. Only Drew doesn’t seem to have returned hers yet…

03. More Maya
This profile piece on the life of Maya Angelou goes deep into the troubled childhood and remarkable resilience of an incredibly inspiring woman.

Spine time
I love this extreme close up of Dumbo Feather’s floral spine. Glad you enjoyed it Luke!

Dumbo Feather via @stackmagazines with a surprising beautiful spine & some very inspiring stories. This is why I love magazines, and #stackmagazines

A photo posted by Luke Tonge (@luketonge) on

01. Desk job
But first place has to go to this fantasy vision of a desk, complete with beautiful reading and writing materials. Congratulations Lynne – your free Stack t-shirt is on its way…

Loving my @stackmagazines subscription – this month's especially. Such fantastic stories @dumbofeather

A photo posted by Lynne {papermash} (@lynneatpapermash) on

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