reading continues to be our culture, a culture that brings together
people, who reconciled, that makes people always think, generate ideas
and always creative. If there is anyone
who wants to be one of the contributors to this culture, you may send
contributions to help me in building a zine.… Continue
Added by simfonisix on November 17, 2010 at 6:04pm —
Issue 2 of Control Freak Zine is printed and available!
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.
Buy it here:… Continue
Added by Ox Zerox on October 16, 2010 at 9:27am —
We’re creating a zine collecting art and writings on feelings, struggles, copings with adjusting from student life into unemployment, or into unstable employment (i.e. being in and out of work, or on Continue
Added by sarah tea-rex on September 21, 2010 at 3:47pm —
I just finished #3 in my mini-twenty-four-hour-zine series. I love this little series because it takes only a short time to finish a whole zine. I also love the challenge of drawing in small scale and trying to convey a message.
The zine's theme is Problems and Solutions. It is all about the problems we have as artists that keep us from moving forward in our dreams and goals. The specific problems in this zine are one's that I am…
Added by Silvia Chenault on September 14, 2010 at 4:49pm —
Theme: "Fruits of our own fantasy – that’s what we can love truly and worship..."
This is a mail-art project devoted to 200 year anniversary of Russian poet of the 19th century Michael Lermontov. The image of Demon is one of the most important in Lermonov`s art. His Demon is an angel banished from the sky but not accepted by the earth. Obsessed, impassioned, rejected by… Continue
Added by Skygrand on September 9, 2010 at 1:18am —
I'm Ox, i'm new here.
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
pages: 120gsm + Double cover 160gsm & "Parchment Ivory prestige Paper" 90gsm.
Price: 3$ (3euros) + Shipping (1.25 Europe 1.75 Elsewhere). Paypal… Continue
Added by Ox Zerox on August 7, 2010 at 2:26pm —
It hasn't been easy, what with power cuts, computer viruses and more, but we are finally laying out the first issue of the monthly art zine The Art Pages.
It's such an important venture for artists here in Zambia who are so talented but little known. Now is their chance to share their talents, as they are the writers and producers of the zine. I have been helping them with promotion and can honestly say I am proud to be part of this… Continue
Added by LizW on July 22, 2010 at 7:18am —
My new art zine poster The Breathing Porch is now available here http://joyoftextzines.blogspot.com
Or I would be up for swaps
Added by LizW on July 13, 2010 at 4:30am —
I know this is meant to be a blog post, but I can only hope that someone reads it.
I am trying to start another mini-zine (my other mini-zine is a perzine called Army of Her) called Grrrl Power and it's all about female empowerment. I feel that with the everyday bombardment by the media, women are feeling more and more isolated as higher and increasingly impossible standards are expected of them, as well as, not being expected to succeed. Really self-contradictory.
Anyway, I… Continue
Added by Tania Martins on May 9, 2010 at 3:32pm —
When a Stranger Calls a Friend of a Friend
International illustrators and drawing artists are encouraged to apply to When a Stranger Calls a Friend of a Friend: a visual survey of cross-cultural parallels in contemporary legend and the performance, transmission, form and function of modern… Continue
Added by Ryan Ringer on May 4, 2010 at 2:30pm —
A couple of my Junk Drawer zines are currently in an art exhibit about mass consumption and the environment. It's taking place at AE Studios LIC, in Queens, New York. If you can't make it to the show, you can still see most of the artwork on the site for Art for Global Justice, which is the group that organized it:http://www.artforglobaljustice.org/exhibits/excess/excess.html
Added by Eric Bartholomew on April 19, 2010 at 10:33pm —
Hey my names Nicole, I live in Adelaide, Australia (for now). I’m a socially awkward person, I’m currently studing film photography. I collect Records and old cameras. I love music, mixtapes and mail art, baking cupcakes, taking photos, live music, and my typewriter. I keep a visual journal, I'm vegetarian, I have tattoos, a cat named Chetta-Bob and the best friends in the world.
I recently started a per zine called ‘It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.’ containing my… Continue
Added by Nicole on April 19, 2010 at 7:00am —
We're looking for stall holders for our next creative fair as part of Salfords music festival Sounds From The Other City on May 2nd.
We're taking over the whole of Bexley square which is on the main road (Chapel… Continue
Added by Cheap Zine on April 15, 2010 at 3:00pm —
There is a Junk Drawer display at the “The Opportunity Shop” in Hyde
Park in Chicago.
The shop is a temporary experimental project space. It is located in a former Hollywood Video store that has been totally redone as a community art center.
The Junk Drawer set-up was created almost entirely out of stuff found at
the space: sets of drawer, and display racks that were previously used
for DVD’s. Zines are for sale, and there’s a drawer full of odds and
ends you can… Continue
Added by Eric Bartholomew on April 10, 2010 at 10:43am —
Dear Zine Writers, And Women's Empowerment DIY Artists, Musicians, Filmmakers And Creative Media MakesThe Freeschool Community
and The FreeRent Community
desires to take zine reviews to the next level.
We review zines and creative women's empowerment art and we have been listed in Zine World review section for the last two years now found here:… Continue
Added by Freeschool Community on March 29, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Don't know if you get many people on here just entering into the whole dipping-my-toes-into-the-water phase of zine making/reading (i'm attempting to do both) but my first attempt at making my own zine turned out...let's just say, amateurish. Truthfully, i mishmoshed it all together collage-style (clippings from magazines and papers) in two days, and put it together with a paper-mache-like glue, and thread binding.
I tackle things headlong and without… Continue
Added by Shannon Fargel on March 27, 2010 at 10:08pm —
Cheap are holding their fifth creative fair at Islington Mill in Salford
on Sunday 4th April (Easter Sunday).
We have over 20 exciting
stalls ranging from beautiful trinkets and vintage clothes, contemporary
painting, handmade jewelry, original photography, plush toys, illustrations, zines, cards, tasty cakes, printed tees to salt and pepper pots. Everything you would ever need all under one roof!
will also have some pretty… Continue
Added by Cheap Zine on March 22, 2010 at 11:00am —
Hah. Spot the Ning noob. Only just found this entire section for blog posts. Woopsie.
Spose I should write a little bit in here. Been working on mélange #2. Almost 2/3 of the way through - hoping to have it finished in the next couple of months. Yeah, I know that's slack, but I like to take my time with zine projects - put some thought into them. Don't know if that comes across, particularly when the iterations of editing result in something minimal. But I suppose art is like a… Continue
Added by sandy on January 29, 2010 at 8:07pm —
Welcome to H.O.P.E. (Healing through Our Personal Expressions)! I decided to begin this zine in order to offer consumers a place to express themselves. It is said that healing often comes from self expression, no matter what the form. In some case, people feel better after journaling their thoughts and experiences. For others, writing a poem or painting are ways to help on the path to recovery. "It is a well known fact that writing has a positive effect on an individuals sense of well being,"… Continue
Added by Erin L George on October 13, 2009 at 10:30pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
Where are thousands and thousands of statues buried?
Xian China. Near the mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor. Farmers
were drilling a well and they discovered an underground, terracotta army of full sized: soldiers, weapons, horses, carriages - the works.
About 8,000 statues total in 3 main pits.
We may have one winner here - status pending. For the rest of you
Added by Tom Hendricks on September 21, 2009 at 10:01am —