This zine highlights some of the torchbearers who were there from the dawning of the electronic music genre, such as Delia Derbyshire (most famous for her work on the Doctor Who theme song), as well as artists who broke ground using later-developed innovative software, such as Pamela Z, a composer best known for voice electronic processing.
The zine comes with a free mix CD of a selection of songs from the featured artists, as well as a 4″ x 4″ sticker.
Relief is a publication featuring young printmakers who work in relief media. We aim to showcase talent in an art medium that is often considered rudimentary and unsophisticated.
Featured artists (A-Z): Molly Bounds, Raj Bunnag, Genesis Crepso, Aaron David, John Fleissner, Daniel Green, Dan Heskamp, Izzy Jarvis, Ali Cat. Leeds, Andrew Mullally, Jacob Parker, Nicole Rodrigues, and Tamara Santibañez
- - - - - 8-Pages, Offset-Printed on Large Newsprint Each page measures 15 x 22.5", with a 30 x 22.5" centerfold. Zine can be read as a publication, or used as posters.
Shipping Note: This item is shipped folded to fit into a 9x12 envelope, but can be sent in a large flat cardboard package. Add a note in your order and you will be billed an additional $2.50 for cardboard shipping.
Library/Biblioteca451 wants you to help create zines for our community bookshelves. We will be using quotes and excerpts from our favorite books/pieces that inspired and empowered us. We will use these zines to share our favorite authors, poets and thinkers with our community. You are also welcome to come work on your own project if you just want to join in the fun. 451 will provide zine making supplies and snacks, but feel free to bring art, books to quote, and art supplies to share.
Video documentation of the workshop Pedro Ferreira and Assunta Alegiani gave at Prem Tinunsalonda International School as part of the Traidhos Artist Residency Thailand programme. Chiang Mai, November 2015.
If you’re popping in to the zine library you’ll notice something new. Instead of the A4 print-out with Salford Zine Library on it announcing your arrival, we now have a beautiful painted door with cats in space on it. Much better!
The super talented illustrator Polly Richards came to do it for us and I think we can all agree that she’s done an excellent job. She makes zines and does illustration for lots of different things too (like this No Ditching record cover!). I’d recommend going over to her site RIGHT NOW.
After curating screenshots from Snapchat for over a year, we are ready to release our zine, SNAP. It features 25 sick screencaps printed on high quality glossy paper. We have staple and perfect bound editions, both for 10 beans, shipping included. This one is a banger— click the button, get a book.
Featuring interviews with: - Death Courier (Gre.)- Old guys talking about past & present of the band. - Solothus (Fin.)- Promising D.M.! - Aphonic Threnody (Uk./Ita.)- Prolific Funeral Doooom Monster. - Necrostuprum/ Satanic Torment (Pol./Fin.)- Raw Black Metal Infame. - Ligfaerd (Dk.)- Black/Death from the Order of the Nonagram. - Ysengrin (Fra.)- Occult Death Metal. - Harsh Supplement (Can.)- Harsh Noise crossing borders with Noisecore. - Screaming Brain (Mac.)- Rancid old fashioned Punk. - Arkaik Excruciation (Spa.)- For me one of the best Black Metal Demos in 2014. - Grigorien (Dk.)- Agressive Black Metal Assault. - Death Angel`s (Bra.)- Old & forgotten Deathrash act from the 80ies. - Black Grail (Chl.)- Occult Black Metal introducing the concept of the debut album. - Rhadamanthys (Gre.)- Infamous B.M. obscurity from the past! - Black Mastrobation (Dk.)- Black Metal Noise! - Josue O Salvador Em Busca Da Perdicao (Prt.)- Utmost trippy Doooooom!One of the longest interviews in this zine.
A Label report including short Interviews with: - Equinox Discos (Spa.) - Caverna Abismal (Prt.) - Fuck Yoga! (Mac.) - Blastbeat Mailmurder (Gre.) + Reviews & Live Reports.
52 pages in total. Price: 7 Euros Postage paid worldwide, 5 Euros postage paid inside Germany Wholesale, Paypal & trades are possible on request.
"Prelude" is a zine that serves as an introduction to "Scéalta" (our upcoming project), filled with background information that centers around the legends and mythology that will be mentioned in "Scéalta".
Blood and Visions: Reconciling with Being Female by Autotomous Womyn's Press
Writings by 10 womyn who stopped their transition from female to male. Profoundly personal stories, political analysis, practical advice, and resources for womyn who struggle with dis-identification from their female reality. Deeply moving and informative for all women concerned about the wholeness of our womanhood -- and our sisterhood. 65 Page Zine.
Every year artists around the world participate in INKtober. This October I took the challenge and produced 31 ink illustrations in one month. The purpose of all illustrations included in this book are uniqueness, self-expression, and fun! I poured a lot of TLC into each drawing and tried lots of fun new techniques.
Each 4.25x5.5 inch art book includes 31 pages of crisp, laser-printed images. The structure is hand-bound so no two books are exactly alike.
GOLD EDITION! Gold edition books are available for those who love all things shiny. Add $2 and I will hand paint gold detailing on 7 images that originally included gold ink. This is an effect that is impossible to capture digitally and is best appreciated in person. Shiny!!
I will sign books inside the cover unless otherwise asked. And don't forget to request a little doodle for me to include!
All drawings are family friendly and full of character!
So, what's this about a Dorkroom Zine, then? The basic idea is to publish a zine filled with photos by Dorkroomers. I'd like to think it'll be a representation of people's best work, but hey, whatever. Of course, making a physical zine costs real-world money, so if you want to be a part of this crazy project, you're going to have to be willing to buy a copy (price to be determined, depending on how much content we have and the quality of the materials.)
Who are you, elgarbo, and how are you qualified to do this? I'm probably not qualified, but hey, I've got the time and the willingness to organise it. I've made a zine, I know a guy who owns a company printing these things and did a real swell job on my first run around and the price was really reasonable. I've investigated and priced different qualities of paper. I also have some vague experience with putting together one of these things in InDesign - it's probably not going to be a masterpiece of design, but for a Dorkroom publication it'll probably suffice. I am quite happy to do this as a hobby and have no intention of making any money out of this thing whatsoever.
That said, if there's anyone else with the time and willingness to get involved, I'd be grateful for the assistance.
What's the process? There are a few things that will need to happen to get this off the ground. They are:
1. People registering their interest in participating. 2. Deciding on a name for this fine publication 3. Deciding on the cover photograph 4. Deciding on paper stock 5. Receiving submissions from everyone participating. 6. Collating it into some sort of vaguely aesthetically pleasing design. 7. Finalising the cost. 8. Receiving moneys. 9. Printing / posting. 10. Celebrate!
So, if I participate, what can I contribute? I envision that everyone who participates will get a double page spread to show off their work. Each page of the zine will be 8 inches wide by 10 inches high, so you'll have a total space to work with of 16 wide by 10 high across the fold of the page. You can fill that space with as much or as little work as you like, as I see it. I'm also happy to take written text, so if you want to write a little spiel about your photos, by all means. If you want to write a little poem about your photos, unusual... but cool. If you want to draw and scan a little picture that goes with your photos, that's also fine. If you don't want to submit any photos whatsoever, but you want to write an essay about photography, that's also not a problem. As long as it all relates to photography in some way, and it fits across a double page spread.
Let's talk cash money It's hard to pin down a precise figure, because that will depend entirely on the number of pages and the quality of materials. In all likelihood, the cost could be anywhere between $5 and $20 Australian pesos, not including postage. Postage costs are roughly $2.10 within Australia for one zine, $5 to New Zealand and about $7 anywhere else in the world.
The value of the Australian dollar is currently spiralling into the abyss, so there is every chance that by the time this project comes to its conclusion, your real-world dollars will be able to purchase an infinite supply of this quality publication for the equivalent of a stick of gum.
Sounds rad, I want to get involved. Sweet. Leave a message in this here thread and we can get to work.