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  • I recently finished up a new story/zine called “Involved,” and was excited to use a new printing service. For anyone interested, I found Pixart Printing to be easy to use and reasonably priced.

    If you’re into mysteries, detective stories or noir, check out “Involved.” Available on Etsy.

  • zineswap post! Thanks We Make Zines! 🙂 <3

  • Billy McCall posted an update in the group Group logo of Free UsageFree Usage 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Feel free to use these. I did a whole series of these, if anyone wants more.

  • @1000monkeys I read Manifesto today. I really enjoyed your take on art. Especially wrestling with the question of \”how permanent does art have to be?\” and \”What if art doesn\’t rise to our expectations of art?\” Not that you asked these questions outright but I felt their presence in your articles.

    • Glad you liked it. And thank you for the insightful comments. After looking though your zine, I dusted off my Argus C3 and got some black and white stock.

  • Crude Reform posted an update in the group Group logo of Free UsageFree Usage 2 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi! Feel free to use theses little flower doodles for print or online, attribution is much appreciated, and link back to elizabethwatkin.weebly.com

  • Don Fields posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago

    I survived the Long Beach Zine Fest a week ago and took some picture and got some zines. Here’s a small example of them:

    • Hi Don, Nice photos. I was there but didn’t take a single picture. It was a really good festival.

  • Hi there! OK, track back to February 2016 when I had to think seriously about whether I should continue to produce more glossy photobooks for my MA Photography course or think about exhibition possibilities. Both meant big expense and so more research. After much research I discovered the world of zines and photozines. Why hadn’t I found this…[Read more]

    • Awesome post Julius. I am a newbie – first zine(s) to be completed during IZM. I’m also interested in exploring riso printing; I viewed and read some zines in a library collection that were printed with riso – gorgeous. Look forward to checking out your etsy shop.

      • Thanks for your kind comments, Frances. Yes, I’m pretty well hooked on zines and I will be very interested to hear about your progress with riso printing. I’m still researching that process and would love to find a place in the UK where it’s all hands on! You’re right about the results as the ones I’ve seen online have been truly marvellous!