Human exploration in today’s world is a strange phenomenon. No longer do we explore or travel in order to survive. Today it’s much more recreational in nature, filled with weekend warriors or cross-country travelers in RV’s taking in the sights and attempting to live a minimalist lifestyle. We’re making an effort to do this now, unlike the humans who walked the earth centuries ago who were forced into this lifestyle for survival.
Off The Road attempts to explore (ironically enough) this world of travelers who are going out of their way to get lost in the wilderness, live off the land, and venture into the middle of nowhere. It features repurposed vehicles that serve as mobile homes, documents the travels of families and couples taking an alternative vacation, and overland vehicles that can ford a flowing river while keeping you warm under the stars. In short, it’s a collection of journeys, featuring the means by which these journeys are undertaken, documented by the people who took them, and purposed to motivate others to take their own. Off The Road is available now for $35. [Purchase]