This zine is like a wonderful mix of a blog and journal. But what struck me the most was how the story was very raw and stream-of-consciousness.
The object with zines and minicomics is not so much to make money, but to participate in a community.
You’re never too old to get your groove on, even if it’s just with a friend.
Over his sixty-year career, photographer Richard Avedon was renowned for his distinctive, transformative eye.
The real stand-outs in this project are the gorgeous full-color illustrations and the playful typography.
Not hooked up with a 2014 calendar yet?
Can’t afford to buy a lavish jeweled creation on display at the Metropolitan Museum’s Jewels by JAR retrospective?
“Chapbooks are smaller, published in limited quantities, and often include hand-made qualities such as letterpress, hand stitching, or silk-screening.”
David B.’s “Incidents in the Night” begins, fittingly, with a dream.
Badabum was created in the summer of 2010 in order to provide a base for independent publishing within the world of graphic art.
“I suspect I never left that certain phase in childhood when bright colors, simple shapes, and bold outlines of Saturday morning cartoons and coloring books were the only images that captivated children for hours.”
Reminiscent in tone of the classic “Where the Wild Things Are”, Amelia Kieras’ “A Strange New World” is the story of a young girl’s travels through a mysterious garden.