Daniel Zender sent Meathaus a package with More Mono, Giving In, some postcards and a note that reads:
Just wanted to share some new work that I will be debuting @ MoCCA in April… Enjoy!
Thanks Daniel! More Mono is a b/w zine of mono prints made by Daniel in 2014–2015 using acrylic paint, some glass and paper. Giving In is a full color comic by Daniel about this lady who is out camping with her pals when she sees some sparkly things that lead her into a tree gash portal to a cave world where she meets the naked cave-person of her dreams who teaches her about being naked and naked cuddling. To see more and get your own copies head over to Daniel’s world and check out the previous letters and goodies he has sent Meathaus’s way on the Zender tag.
Multi-package-sending-letter-writing artist Daniel Zender (see previous loads here) sent Meathaus the latest issue of his Hydrochloric group art zine and two solo painting zines, Light Terrors and Best Seller and a note that says:
“Meathaus! Some new work ☺︎ Enjoy –DZ”
Thanks Daniel. Check it out, Light Terrors has a multi-color silkscreened cover with full color interiors, Best Seller is an interesting concept of high-contrast b/w photocopied images of paintings, and Hydrochloric issue 4’s theme is “summer.” These are the contributing artists there, old pals and new, and whatta selection to browse (worth your bytes, proceed with the downloadin’):
Check it out, Daniel Zender sent Meathaus his new collaborative zine, Hydro Chloric III: SKIN, and a check and a note (that last night was dope… dope… dope…):
Thanks Daniel for the zine, it has a two-color cover on colored paper and photocopied insides with contributions from twenty-one artists whose names you can see above in the scan and below. See past zines Daniel has sent to Meathaus here and check out Daniel’s work and buy his zines: www.behance.net/hydrochloriczinewww.danielzender.com
Hey thanks for these drawing zines, Daniel. You are really good at initiating new zine projects. There are some artists in here that are new to me and this is satisfying to my art-hungry eyeballs. Check out more about these zines at the above links and also check out these previous letters from Daniel here and here.
Daniel Zender sent Meathaus a package with two drawing zines and no note to type here or maybe I lost it. One of the books is called People I Think I Saw which is drawings by Daniel of different scratchy faces and doodles sometimes of dogs, skulls, babies, people with beards and such that Daniel has collected from his old sketchbooks and printed into this substantial feeling square little zine with neatly trimmed edges. The other book is 25 Minor Nightmares which was written by Ty Melgren and illustrated by Daniel. This book is interesting to read for almost anybody because these anxious dreams are built of the same uncomfortable broad brain-brush-strokes that each of us struggle through in dreamland while trying to make sense of waking life. For example, my favorite “minor nightmare”:
On my first day in a new town I wake up early to go to the grocery store. A line of people waiting to get in has formed by the door. When the doors are unlocked, the employees don’t bother to turn on the lights and people are running and pushing each other and grabbing things. When I find the juice section, the only kind of orange juice left is Sunny D.