I'm new to this whole thing and i don't really know what to blo about so i'll post this awesome photography
I lve this one with all the jewelley and cool tipped hat pose. Kudos to this site
Last but not least, this awesome collage by… Continue
Added by Rebekkah on May 3, 2009 at 4:23am —
Here are arm wrestling experiments that mutated into singing and dancing adventures from the Cartoonist Conspiracy San Francisco jams as well as the Rock Paper Scissors Zine Workshops. The activity of making comics is a loner's world, and collaborations don't occur so often. It's a joy to be able to jam with other artists when the opportunity arises much the same way musicians jam.
I took an excellent and highly recommended animation… Continue
Added by miromi on May 2, 2009 at 8:23pm —
I spent most of my freetime for the past month scanning old zines of mine and posting the pics on my blog. sddzine.blogspot.com
its a personal history of my experience writing and reading zines. It was fun digging into my old boxes of mail, re-reading zines I hadn't read in 10 years (time goes by so goddamn fast) and thinking about how easy it is to loose touch with people. Anyway, if your interested check it out.
Added by Randy Spaghetti on May 2, 2009 at 8:05am —
Last night was the first meeting of the collective! A brand new group of artist coagulated together into an inky wordy blobby mess and shared their art ideas, skills and experience with each other. Check out the pics, I taught our first workshop [non toxic prontoplate printmaking] and we all created works for the zine!…
Added by lora northway on May 1, 2009 at 11:19am —
Whew! I've blogged...added contacts...uploaded pics...and chose formats galore! The INFINATE Zine finally has an official website! (ya-hoo!)
here she is:
Tell me what ya' think!
peace and love
Added by Chloe Rambo on April 30, 2009 at 7:10pm —
SMILE, HON, YOU'RE IN BALTIMORE! Editor William P. Tandy guest blogs for UTNE READER:
Added by Eight-Stone Press on April 30, 2009 at 12:46pm —
was billy joel on coke during the 80's?
Added by betrayedzine on April 30, 2009 at 7:50am —
I was thinking today that I should really have a set theme to keep me focussed on the zine as i have so many other things going on right now in the real world.
So........The theme will be about following your dreams as this last year I've just returned to art college and it's been a struggle to juggle everything (ooo stuggle to juggle.....may use that phrase!) Also I would be good for anyone that is stuck in a mundane job like I am and wants to do something different. So I guess… Continue
Added by RAISE YOUR HAND.RAISE YOUR VOICE on April 29, 2009 at 3:25pm —
I like knitting, but I'm really bad at it.........
........what would make it really fun, would be a stich 'n' bitch group here in Leeds.
So, if there are any keen knitteratti out there, beginners or pro's - get in touch and we should start a weekly meet in a coffee shop or maybe the common place?
Loz x x x
Added by RAISE YOUR HAND.RAISE YOUR VOICE on April 29, 2009 at 5:10am —
I know that I've made 121 because I photocopied them all again for the exhibition "Avoiding Myth and Message: Australian Artists and the Literary World", which is currently on at the MCA, Sydney.
If you do go along, do write me a postcard - there is a shiny red postbox and a stack of blank cards for this purpose. Keep the numbers of messages from primary school kids, and teenagers quoting the Mighty Boosh down, write to me!
The exhibition's on til the 12th of July.
Added by Vanessa Berry on April 29, 2009 at 2:38am —
...are (finally) being added. And more on their way.
I've been a little confused on how to go about shipping charges and have been doing this $2 flat rate (in the U.S.) that allows people to buy as much as they want and it will just be two bucks of shipping, which seemed great for people who wanted two records, a cd, and a zine, but kinda sucked when someone just wanted one zine. So, now there's no shipping on zines and the price just kind of includes shipping. It's hard to keep the super… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on April 28, 2009 at 11:00pm —
I'm pretty ashamed of my lack of writing for the past months. Not so much that I haven't been writing, but everything is just listed out "what i did today" "to do" "This pissed me off...blah blah blah." Trivial stuff. Journal things. One sentence proclamations.
Anyway, a few nights ago I got on the computer and typed out a good concrete nine/ten paragraphs of abstract writing. I finished reading "Please Don't Kill the Freshmen" by Zoe Troppe for the second time. I'm always amazed by… Continue
Added by Natalie Stat on April 28, 2009 at 7:12pm —
REASSESS YOUR WEAPONS
To buy in the UK, see the paypal button at: http://www.myspace.com/colouringoutsidethelines (£2 postage paid)
For international buyers, please see: http://www.cotl.etsy.com
If you're in Leeds, I'm gonna be like a bag lady over the coming month, with stashes of zines on my person, so do grab one from me (£1.50 each)
They'll soon be availabe from the following UK distros too:
Richochet! Ricochet!, Dear Soeurs, Marching Stars,… Continue
Added by Colouring Outside The Lines on April 28, 2009 at 4:49pm —
just wanted to make an update here to let folks know that my last zine is available at:
learning to leave a paper trail
click clack distro
sweet candy distro
so if you are interested in BUYING a copy, you should do it at one of those wonderful distros!
Added by c. on April 28, 2009 at 10:13am —
The media watchdog, FAIR.org (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting) has the perfect sum up of my media concerns. It encapsulates everything I've been trying to say in a couple of paragraphs. I wanted to reprint it for you and I encourage you to check out their site for more. The media isn't tough on itself, but fair is tough on the media.
From FAIR website (fair.org)
"Independent, aggressive and critical media are essential to an informed democracy. But… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 28, 2009 at 9:53am —
It is finished. I spent the entire weekend putting it together. Damn I feel like I accomplished something for a change. I'm already starting another issue... the writing part anyway. And I'm working on an 8 page mini that will be nothing but doodling. I may send it along with other stuff as an extra.
Added by TheUnrememberedOne/MorbidiaDrekk on April 28, 2009 at 9:32am —
On April 25 my daughters and I attended Kids’ Comic Con 2009
at Bronx Community College. We were invited by Mike Weiss, whose daughter Jessica is co-producer of PB&J Comics and a fixture at East Coast zine fests.
This was a really interesting event. For one thing, I haunt some key NYC comic stores regularly, and never heard a thing about this (it was the third annual con). I’m not sure how it was built, but the turnout… Continue
Added by redguard on April 28, 2009 at 5:30am —
On Friday, April 24, I received a letter of rejection from the Texas Department of "Corrections" for Absent Cause
#2. Copies of the zine had been requested by four prisoners on death row in Huntsville.
The reason given is "Publication contains sexually explicit images" on pages 45 and 49. These are the painting "Tofu's Kiss" by Toni Lynn Crane and the photograph "It's What's Inside" by Heidi Calvert, featuring model Sash Suicide. Both are provocative explorations of women's… Continue
Added by redguard on April 28, 2009 at 5:24am —
I love starting things. I am a chronic beginner. Mostly this is restricted to my reading materials - I'd say at least 50% of the books on my shelf are half finished, or just started, or even almost entirely read but for some reason discarded a few chapters from the end. Zines are pretty great because the time it takes to read them is usually shorter than the time it takes for me to get sick of reading them or become interested in something else. It's a symptom of my generation: me and all the… Continue
Added by Bastian Fox Phelan on April 28, 2009 at 2:48am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
This is a question that will give portrait artists or those that know anatomy a 'leg up'. Everyone knows how to draw the outline of an ear. But it's harder to draw the little 'Y" shaped cartilage within the outer ear. What's the name of this "Y" shaped cartilage?
The anti helix - the helix is the ridge that surrounds the ear.
We had no correct answers
It seems all of you were… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 27, 2009 at 10:55am —