One of The Greatest Card Collectors of All Times

The NYTimes looks at the life of Jefferson R. Burdick, whose card collection is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Creep Club Fold-Out Zine by Jay Howell

10″ tall x 40″ wide.

Available here

From Picasso to Cocteau

A postcard made and sent in 1919 from the charming coastal town of St. Raphaël.

via, olympialetan


Prints and ‘Zines

Alex Lukas has put together a pretty great collection of them on Tumblr

The Only Thing More Brilliant Would Be if the Middle Pages Were Made of Rolling Paper

Brilliant Ideas I Had While Stoned: The Notebook

Yea I’m Vandalism

Photos by Dan Murphy in a zine published by Hamburger Eyes

Morning Dose of Keep Calm and Carry On

The story behind the poster.

via, tdw

Parra and Shepard Fairey Creative Superstore Editions pocket-sized notebooks

Available here

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Lindzine #2

A look at The Wormholes second issue of the Lindsay Lohan fanzine Lindzine, featuring drawings from Aiyana Udesen.

Buy it here


A look through the sold out zine printed by Zine of the Month Club

Gang Bang at Ground Zero

A look through the 2007 Xeroxed zine made by late-NY artist Dash Snow in collaboration with his father.

Available through Ooga Booga


Zine of the Month

via, nuart2012


I need three or four of these.


Berg Cloud

A cute, tiny little printer that acts as an internet ticker tape thing.

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Lindzine #1

In honor of Lindsay Lohan’s impending quick jail stint, we take a look through the first issue of this Lindsay Lohan Fanzine by The Wormholes.

Available through Hamburger Eyes

Larceny – Redcat Edition

A special edition of Barry McGee’s Larceny zine made for his 2007 Advanced Mature Work exhibition at Redcat.

Some still available at Giant Robot

A Look Through The Occupied Wall Street Journal

Modern Toss

They’ve got a new comic book out


An exhibition at Boo-Hooray of fanzines presented to English Anarchist punk band Crass between 1976 and 1974.

September 30th – October 20th, 2011

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