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Oz Magazine Archives

Oz Magazine Archives

Oz Magazine Archives

Oz Magazine Archives

Oz Magazine Archives

Oz Magazine Archives

Check out Weed’s collection of zine scans including his Oz covers, which leads us to a link of someone else’s complete issue scans over here with even more items to eyeball.

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Zine Collection

Zine Collection

Check out Pere Saguer‘s Flickr collection of zines such as Une aventure de Blops, by Clément Xavier (associated link).

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Stefhany Yepes Lozano Art

Stefhany Yepes Lozano Art

Stefhany Yepes Lozano who is from Colombia and lives in Germany wrote Meathaus to let you know about these illustrations and new zine she made about this woman who lives in a creepy mask but has a decent time. Check it out and also she’s got a Flickr.

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Needles and Pens

Mark Todd Matt Furie Sam Gaskin zines

Speaking of zines, check out Needles and Pens which is where I picked up the Matt Furie/Sam Gaskin collab zine, Hot Topic and Mark Todd mini zines with mini dice included.

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Inechi Coloring Zine Zoologico

Inechi Coloring Zine Zoologico

Dig it: Inés Estrada has compiled pages from her sketchbook into a PDF that you can print and have and color if you like for five dollars and you can get that here and add some small support for the artist in her time of empty pockets. It’s called Zoologico.

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Domestic Etch Magazine

Domestic Etch Magazine

Self-described “precocious student and wannabe illustrator” Elizabeth Goodspeed has been putting out these snazzy, glossy, one-woman produced art magazines, because, well, why not? We received the latest issue of Domestic Etch (#4), and took a few snaps of the thing, but it’s so damned glossy and snazzy that it is hard to capture in a photograph. Check out Elizabeth’s work over here and the Domestic Etch website where you can get a copy. Elizabeth is looking for submissions for her next issue there too. Above art by Daniel Abensour, Elena Kostyrina & Julia Lukyanchenko, Lauren Kolesinskas, and Liam Byrne.

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Mechanical Reproduction

Mechanical Reproduction

We are in a stellar age for small publishing with so many options for reproduction and a global audience hungry for excellent small press books. Above art is a shot of Colin Henderson‘s work from Landfill EditionsMould Map #1.

Look at all these ideas:

http://www.nieves.ch/catalogue/catalogue.html
http://www.landfilleditions.com/PAGES/BOOKS.html
http://www.rollo-press.com/
http://store.familylosangeles.com/collections/books

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Ryan Fortney Zine

I met Ryan Fortney at UArts where he is currently a student and he gave me this swell zine about gettin’ sweaty with Richard Simmons. Well I hope I didn’t ruin the end for you, but you can see it on Ryan’s Flickr pages.

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Melting Pot Zine

Here is a new thing from Meathaus, Melting Pot #1. Download it, print it, fold it, have it by going here where you can see the contributors list and learn how you can join in on the next one.

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LADYGUNN Magazine

Zines are fun to make and to read, especially zines about comics. Although I don’t remember how I acquired LADYGUNN at MoCCA, I seem to have it now, so I was interested to see that inside there were interviews with some bigshot comics people such as personal favorite Julie Doucet. LADYGUNN is edited by Koko Ntuen and also has a slick website here. I didn’t see where you could get the printed zine version on the website, but you can probably figure it out by writing Koko. I think this is a cool idea to make a zine both online and in print in the traditional shitty photocopy style that is so dear to my heart, because besides the cheap portability of print that digital will never vanquish, some content is more pleasurable to experience in one format over the other. For example, the hand written letter from Joe Matt is much nicer to read on the page, and the fashion photos are a lot nicer on the screen. Checkitout.