Arielle Gamble’s dark love letter to rural Australia.
I’m too busy to write the copy for this plug myself, so I’ve copy and pasted their press release and then peppered it with profanity so it feels like I wrote it.
Zinester organization gives marginalized voices a chance to make some of the most important zines we’ve seen yet.
RVCA just dropped their newest edition of the ANP Quarterly, and it’s packed full of goodies. Cant find a copy? Subscribe to Monster Children and we’ll send one to your door.
It was a good thing, this Melbourne Art Book Fair. It had the right mix of serious people and funny people, old and young, arty and not so arty. Get your full recap here.
The CONS Project Perth put on the best Zine Making & Printing workshop in town over the weekend, led by all-round legend Andrew Peters.
A stubborn surf scene is blowing up in Barcelona, and the culture’s flourishing like crazy. Photographer and designer Emil Kozak and the dudes at ACID magazine give us the scoop on how and why.
The annual Printer Matter’s LA Art Book Fair is here, and we are selling Monster Children for half price care of the Slow Culture Booth. Check out opening night photos here, and for the rest, head to MOCA this weekend.
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR is alive and kicking at MOCA as of last night. The show runs from now through Sunday. Be sure not to miss Nasty Neckfaces latest zine, Double Negative. Find it at the 8 Ball Zines booth while stocks last.
This Thursday to Sunday, get yourself over to the Slow Culture booth at the LA Art Book Fair located at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, where they’re selling limited Nate Walton prints and zines. Find out more here.
This morning I listened to an interview that posed the question ‘If Los Angeles was a piece of art, what would it be?’ and one of the responses was: ‘It’s something Jeff Koons… shiny and polished, but coming from a really weird place.’
Australia’s first photo book exhibition will bring together the worlds most innovative, creative talent across a range of mediums and forums for your viewing pleasure.
On February 23, 2014 a mate of mine, Bradley Carbone (co-founder of Sneeze mag), suffered a C5 spinal cord injury while snowboarding in Vermont. The injury has left him paralyzed with significant physical and financial challenges, which include medical, rehabilitation, and living expenses that go above the limits of insurance coverage. This comes as particularly…
What have you accomplished this past year? Me? I washed my sheets twice and managed to return some late DVD’s, I also won a ‘free scratchie’ on a Instant Scratch-It that I got for my birthday. I guess you could say 2014 is my year.
The folks at North Journal have teamed up with Corona Extra and will be launching their Summer Issue at Wild Things Gallery on Sydney’s Northern Beaches this Saturday the 29th of Nov, celebrating one year in the independent publishing game.
Lloyd Stubber was one of the winners of the 2013 photo competition and started Bloom Publishing, who are about to release their fourth title LIT.
Starting a zine review was the worst idea ever. Millions of mags are arriving in the mail and I’m falling behind on reviewing them. If you’ve sent me something and you haven’t seen it here, it’s not because you suck–it’s coz I suck; it’s not you, it’s me. I’ll get around to you eventually, or…
We keep hearing it, print ain’t dead… at least it ain’t going to be while people like the soon-to-open PRESS in Sydney keep making shit happen. Press is a project bookstore with a focus on independently published work from Australia and overseas. Opening (garage) doors in Chippendale, the shop will sell a range of zines,…
Print is alive and kicking, and anyone who disagrees should have seen the turn out at The Printed Matter Art Book Fair held at PS1 on the weekend. The attendance numbers were in the high millions, and they all came to checkout the 300,000 metric tons of artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, zines, and antiquarian publications–not…
Nope, it’s not your girlfriend’s, or your mum’s. Whose is it, then? Get your hands on one of Jimmy Marble’s photo books, and you’ll find out.