Tobin Yelland profiles Ray Potes, Lele Saveri, Clint Woodside, and Teenwitch in this short documentary series for Vans.
A series of prints and accompanying zine celebrating “Marvel’s most Morrissey-esque characters” by Adam Villacin
Featuring Ed Templeton’s Make Up Girls and Clint Woodside’s N/E/S/W, this out of print 2-in-1 zine from Deadbeat Club features many faces and places.
A quick flip through some of the 88 pages in The Best of The Internet K-Hole Volume 3, published by Hamburger Eyes.
A look through the sold-out first edition zine published by Nieves and Innen
This little book of Keichi Tanaami’s vibrant surrealist drawings is a nice thing to have lying around, available to flip through when you want to get ‘weird’. Co-Published by Nieves and CaRTe bLaNChe.
A look through the 42 page zine by Horfée & Russell Maurice that accompanies their exhibition under the same name at China Heights Gallery in Sydney, Austrlia. More info on purchase here
This is all very confusing, but from what I gather: American Nature presents a deluxe full color comic book featuring “R.A.D. in Time” by Austin Tinius & Robert Salinas, “Vigilante Girl Gang” by Benjamin Marra, “Mediokrates” by Ralph Niese, and Zé Burnay’s Witch Gauntlet story “The Walking Light!” plus a 7″ vinyl record from Kleenex Girl Wonder featuring the Hood Internet. Plus a bunch of other things that are available through Kickstarter
The wrinkles in this new publication from Mikael Kennedy are not intentional, I foolishly left the once-pristine 32-page, 9″ x 14″ zine full of beautiful landscapes on my dining room table next to an open window and an empty bottle of red wine. It rained that night, and this is the unfortunate effect of humidity on newsprint. You could say that this zine now has a “well-traveled” look to it, and that would be great, because starting tomorrow night, Mikael and his wife, Folk-Singer Melaena Cadiz begin their month long tour across America. Celebrating the joint release of their respective album + photo collection—both titled “Deep Below Heaven”—the duo’s first stop is at the Westerlind Showroom in Nolita for a performance accompanied by photo-projections. Stop by at 7pm and wish them well on their journey through the heartland.