Basically all printed magazines and books are products against the vanishing of works – meant is draining away on hard disks. Only some publications manage exactly this better than others, and that has to do with quality, relevance and variety.
Rang & Namen is one of those magazines which stand out from the crowd because it has these characteristics. I like the format (and especially the exercise book cover), the simple but good layout and the presented portfolios or individual projects (not all of them but I do not have to. None of them does not affect me at all).
Maybe it is the style of the art magazine that stays in future: less elitist but all the more down-to-earth.