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

DFWorld

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

DFWorld

Zine of the Month

via, nuart2012

Shit

I need three or four of these.

Zio

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

“IN ALL OUR DECADENCE PEOPLE DIE”

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

September 30th – October 20th, 2011

Mitch Hedberg Had Nice Handwriting

Here’s an amusing letter to the Uniball Pen Company.

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