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Comment by Ox Zerox on October 17, 2010 at 4:18am
Control Freak Issue #2 is out.

Art Zine. October 2010.
Collages , photography, illustration and found photos.
Mostly dark/mystic/dadaist stuff

All art by myself, Ox
Black & White laser print.
28 pages / A5 format / Stapled.
Pages 120g + Cover: 170g glossy coated paper.
Numbered & signed.


5 Euros
Buy it here:
http://ox.bigcartel.com/product/control-freak-zine-issue-2

@Boxcutter books: http://boxcutterbooks.blogspot.com

oxymoron404@gmail.com

more photos here:
http://wemakezines.ning.com/photo/albums/control-freak-zine-2
Comment by Pete Burn on October 12, 2010 at 2:19pm
Since June I have been keeping various imagery such as screengrabs, rough artwork sketches etc and began compiling them to be presented in booklet form. In many ways this is what you may call my ‘digital sketchbook’. I pulled together 18 pages and must’ve discarded at least the same again, it was a tough weeding process. When it came to printing I wanted it to have a handmade/DIY feel much like the fanzines I read in my youth. Each copy comes bagged with a badge and stickers while also being signed, stamped and numbered out of 50. The reason for calling it No Portrait is kinda obvious I hope. My aim is to try and make a regular publication but I’m not sure how that will pan out just yet?
I’m sorting out proper online ordering but in the meantime they are £5 + £1 UK/£1.50 EU/£2 US postage. Please email pete@peteburn.co.uk for more info.
Comment by Jean McEwan on October 11, 2010 at 9:15am
Hi All,
I have a new zine just out:
'no one should call you a dreamer'
collage, drawing, photography and text about dreaming and making stories.
A new zine, featuring collage, drawing, photography and text, about dreaming and making stories

Comment by Such Luck on September 20, 2010 at 9:04am
After many hours of prininting, folding and stapling, Parking Block Publishing has just put the finishing touches on it's two latest releases:

Arbothnaut J. Brown by Benjamin Carr


and

Mostly Drawings by Eric Ellis

Good? Good! Happy Monday!
Comment by Mat Pringle on September 17, 2010 at 2:31am
Hi all!

I have just released my first zine - a collaboration with twenty up-and-coming illustrators called 'The Music One';

'The concept of this zine is simple - take a handful of music-obsessed illustrators and designers and ask them to do a portrait of their favourite musician or band. Then get each contributor to write a few words about their favourite record by their chosen muse.

This was something of a dream project for me to compile as a self-confessed record nerd and illustrator.

Contributors;

Marcus Oakley
Lewis Heriz
Ben Javens
Lizzie Stewart
Henry St Leger
Jake Blanchard
Alex Jako
Darryl Norsen
Tom Fewings
Mark Oliver
Peter Locke
Dominic Dyson
James Fry
Stewart Easton
Joseph Blakey
Graeme Ross
Matthew Williams
Damon Unwin
Mat Pringle

The eclectic range of musicians covered include the likes of The Beach Boys, Johnny Cash, Francois de Roubaix, Will Oldham, Todd Rundgren, Raymond Scott, Bruce Springsteen, Vivian Stanshall, Porter Wagoner and John Zorn amongst others.

The zine is 40 pages, A5, grayscale and has a screen-printed cover. The initial run featuring Henry St Leger's portrait of Vivian Stanshall on the cover is limited to 150 copies coming in a variety of different colours.'


E-mail me if you would like to trade zines etc.

Thanks!

Mat
Comment by lora northway on September 14, 2010 at 2:16pm
die active art zine- issue two coming end of october :P
issue one still avail.

Comment by Jean McEwan on September 7, 2010 at 11:45am
New zine of shadow drawings based on photos taken with Oisin age 7 on an unexpectedly hot day last week. Hand cut n pasted and lovingly photocopied on the dodgy copier at the post office round the corner.
Comment by Desmond Reed on August 15, 2010 at 8:29am
Hello! I just finished my first 2-Pack of Mini-Comics! I'm super pumped! I'm selling them on my Etsy site:

www.etsy.com/shop/desmondreed

Only $2.00 + 50 cents shipping! Features the titles "Aloha" and "The Island". 14 Pages each (including covers). Made by folding, cutting and stapling together two sheets of paper. Check them out!

S T O R I E S:

ALOHA: After a worm gets his germs on a friend's lunch, everyone learns a valuable lesson about revenge.

THE ISLAND: When resources run low on a secluded island, a desperate dog turns against his hamburger buddy.

Comment by Ox Zerox on August 8, 2010 at 1:27pm
Hi there,
I'm Ox.
i've just finished my 1st zine named "Control Freak".


It's an Art Zine with collages , photography, sketches & found photos.
All artworks / distribution / print made by myself (= control freak).
Mostly dark/ mystic / dadaist stuff
28pages / b&w. Inkjet print.
pages: 120gsm + Double cover 160gsm & "Parchment Ivory prestige Paper" 90gsm.
A5 format. 20 copies.
Price: 3euros (around 3$) + Shipping (1.25 Europe 1.75 Elsewhere).
Paypal available.

Some photos & description on my profile and here
http://wemakezines.ning.com/photo/albums/control-freak-zine-1

you can grab it here: ox.bigcartel.com

or e-mail me at: oxymoron404@gmail.com

Available for trading!

Comment by Such Luck on July 24, 2010 at 6:37pm
Parking Block Publishing has 2 new zines available:
Drawing Down the Moon by Dennis Pomales and Moral Guidance by Jason Leisge.

You can pick up at Quimby's in Chicago or on the site:

Parking Block
 

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