Bastian Fox Phelan
Bastian Fox Phelan (creator of How To Be Alone, Ladybeard etc.) explains the meaning of using tarot in their life and takes a journey across the cards. Where will The Fool take us, reader?
21cm x 15cm, 20 pages
Textanudes playing cards
Full 54 playing card set from Arlene Textaqueen, each one depicting a different "Textanude" (or rather "women & queer performers from Australia and North America").
Comes in full colour box, with notes describing each portrait. Warning: contains nudity.
9.5cm x 6.5cm x 2cm, 54 playing cards
The Flora of the Mysterious All-Alloneo Archipelago
Sir Peregrine Shearwater F.R.C
Melancholia Island has a beautiful stand of Bellus amicus, as well as a small jetty. An attractive wrought iron bridge connects this island to Abdominis Maximus which lies adjacent...
21 cm x 15 cm, 32 pages.
Jo Waite PO Box 18 Carlton South VIC 3055
Thomas The Human Photocopier user manual
Fulsome Prism / BL&CH Inc.
As part of Festival Of The Photocopier this year, Sticky was given exclusive loan of a new office equipment prototype: the first image reproduction machine to genetically splice a photocopier with a human boy. Therefore, Sticky is also the first to stock the user manual for the device.
This handy guide features instructions on how to set up the photocopier, how to maintain such a contraption and what to do if it suffers from techincal problems. Also features an interview with the machine itself and examples of what human photocopying looks like.
21cm x 15cm, 28 pages.
F. Howe and M. Sinclair-Ferguson
Hello readers, This is the second collaborative zine that Fran and I have made together. The first was a lot less together than this one (even though it was made lands apart) for we skirmished with paper and glue mere hours before the TINA zine fair last year. Lucking out at our most unfavourite stationary and print store at closing time to bring you: Picky.
15 cm x 10 cm, 16 pages
Tomorrow's machine today 2
From the first I heard them I knew The Fall weren't just a band for Christmas, they were for life. I was introduced to them through a mixtape my friend Anwyn gave me which, according to the note she included with it, was assembled on the 28th July 2005. The tape was entitled 'No more gestures of refusal'...
21 cm x 10 cm, 16 pages, different colour covers!
PO Box 4 Enmore NSW 2042
Trot Ou Galop #2 (The Mystery Of The Red Eye)
Poor Anneliese. She only wants to be content. She hopes that cutting her hair like Mia Farrow will make her happy. But all it does is give her red eye. Why does she have red eye? Maybe this zine will explain. (It doesn't. But it's adorable.)
21cm x 15cm, 20 pages
Trot Ou Galop #3
Oh Anneliese, you poor wonderful soul. Nobody will cut you a break. Volunteer institutions (that hopefully don't include Sticky) will make you sad, and job interviewers will mess you around. No wonder you made a zine about it. I'd tell the world about your nemeses too. Read a review of this zine here.
21cm x 15cm, 24 pages
Typewriter ribbon. Fits all manual typewriters.
OK so this is the typewriter spool that WILL fit your manual typewriter. It is fresh so the ink will NOT dry two minutes into using it. It's half red, half black ('Universal black/red spool No. 6 UNI/BR).
OK so this is the typewriter spool that WILL fit your manual typewriter. It is fresh so the ink will NOT dry two minutes into using it. It's half red, half black ('Universal black/red spool No. 6 UNI/BR).If you're too time poor or inept to do your homework and source where you can get typewriter ribbons locally, here's the lazy option.