Independent Zines

independent-zines.jpg* Three in the Kitchen, a small collaborative zine by Shari Altman, Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison. Expect to find recipes for Lemon Pudding and Farm Fresh Frittata sandwiched in between inky pen drawings of hairy kiwi fruits, ripe mangoes and sachets of Prince of Wales Twinings Tea, collaged Black-footed penguins savouring tasty morsels and reindeers dreaming of fat and golden hot chips on a plate.
[more artists’ books & zines by gracia & louise]

* Worn, explores where art and fashion overlap, connecting with Fashion scholars and artists, and paying attention to how what is worn gets made, interpreted, transformed, disseminated and copied, Worn opens new avenues in art theory.
[purchase via etsy]

* Obsessive Consumption, ‘What Did You Buy Today‘ comes with a button or a sticker or a postcard or whatever Kate happens to think is would be awesome to give away that day.

* CROQ – a crafty zine written by a team of awesome crafty collaborators around the country.
Articles ranging from DIY projects, vegan recipes, interviews with influential crafters and indie business owners, and calls to craftivism.

* Café Royal, artists’ books and zines.
* Partyka (via muerto de risa)

* Drawn and Quarterly is publishing a book called Milk Teeth, by Vancouver artist Julie Morstad.
{not strictly a zine, due out next month}

9 thoughts on “Independent Zines

  1. the julie morstad one is already sold out! did you grab one in time? it seems anything she creates is impossible to get ones hands on!
    off to order some other zines…

  2. Thanks for the interest in our latest collaborative zine made with the ever marvellous Shari… so nice to belatedly stumble across it, and I’m tickled pink you, and Anastasia, like it.

    Off to further explore those delightful links.

    take care, g xo

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