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A Zinester Guide To Eurovision
We've selected a dozen zine-making Eurovision fans to write a complete guide to this year's competition. Well...perhaps not a complete guide, but you will get to see why Montenegro's entry is so great,why Wogan is so missed, and get a track-by-track rundown of this mix.
21cm x 15cm, 40 pages
Audrey & Audrey
Ayano's beautiful / heartbreaking comic about Audrey getting lost on the train, now back in stock. It's lovely.
10cm x 10cm, 28 pages (with a golden bit on the front & back cover - nice).
Children should be scene not heard
More classic mentalist penis illustrations.
21 cm x 15 cm, 16 pages.
Bound, colour rizzo illustrations of food and kitchen related paraphenalia.
30xm x 21cm, 16 pages
Drawing Lots Of Benedict Cumberbatch
Alex E Clark
Illiustrator Alex E Clark should have been sleeping, but instead she drew loads of pictures of Benedict Cumberbatch. She noticed that he looks a bit like Sid from Ice Age, in a sexy way. And tumblr told her that his first word was 'helicopter'.
15.5cm x 10.5cm, 12 pages
I stood under the boiling hot water, the cut down my back stinging. It felt like forever standing under that water, but it didn't wash away everything, my memories flashed vivid in front of my eyes, I wanted to wash away my memory too..
21 cm x 15 cm, 12 pages.
Honest 5: Sudden Intimacy
I had spent months online buying second-hand bicycle parts to build the coolest fixie. But something inside felt hollow...Since I got my bike parts online, I thought I would try to find a girlfriend there too...
21 cm x 15 cm, 60 pages
When you got a little better to walk, but you were so busy, you had all your school work, and you just wanted space from me...
21 cm x 15 cm, 16 pages
I was so bad at swimming that when each year we had swimming lessons at school, from one year to the next, I actually got put back a level. I think its because I couldn't see.
21cm x 15cm, 8 pages.
Dan Sibley and M.P. Fikaris
Prints about our body.
Colour printed illustrations on pink paper.
11.5cm X 16.5cm, 24 pages
Let's Learn Lao with Mechelle B
If you're looking to learn a new language, perhaps the best way is to do so with some cutesy illustrations by the lovely Mechelle B. Learn incredibly useful phrases in the mystical language of Lao, such as "I love you", "your undies smell" and "I like your hair".
13.5cm x 10.5cm, 16 pages
Melissa's RSI Zine
Various / Melissa Reidy
As part of our Festival Of The Photocopier 2012, lovely local artist Melissa Reidy was planning on launching her new zine 'Into The City I Go'. Unfortunately, a few weeks before the event, she was diagnosed with Repetitive Strain Injury, a common zinemaking affliction. Instead of cancelling the event, Melissa asked anyone who turned up to the launch to draw a picture of her RSI-riddled hand, with a view to turning the results into a zine. Here it is.
Includes illustrations by Melissa, Alex Clark, Amy Twel Vohtwo, Jo Waite, Luke You, Samuel 'Honest' Condon, Thomas Blatchford, and a colour centrefold by Daria 'Photocopier Woman' Honey.
21cm x 15cm, 24 pages
Mr Ray's Grave Thoughts
Spend some time in the sad, strange world of Mr Ray. Why does he shout 'squib' at a passing jogger? What will his dad want him to do after he's died? And will he actually get round to doing it? Some, none or all of this will be answered within.
Praise & Criticism for Mr Ray's Grave Thoughts includes:
"Pretty good" - Sam Wallman
"I inhaled this comic and it made me proud to call him a colleague and friend" - Katie Parrish
"Slow sex with a very cheap therapist" - Hamish
"To think that a healthy young boy could write so poignantly about death...it's a Mister Ray to me!" - Elliot Lamb
"It made me realise that not only does God exist, but MAN! He really hates Marc" - Justin Schachter
29cm x 19cm, 44 pages
Newcastle Australia #5 100 letterboxes of Newcastle Part 2.
...I've house-hunted in both England and Australia. When I lived in London I could pretty much tell the size, features and age of a house and its garden, just by looking at the street name...Here, in Newcastle [NSW] it was different: every time I went to look at a house I had no idea what to expect. Everywhere we looked houses were on different block sizes and might have been built decades apart from the neighbours'. Resulting in very little uniformity in many streets...The same applies to Newcastle letterboxes...
15 cm x 10 cm, 32 pages of street letter boxes numbered 26-50, illustrated.
Newcastle Australia issue 4
100 letterboxes of Newcastle, part one. These are all genuine Letterboxes that were in full working order on the Streets around Newcastle between April and September 2010.
15cm x 10cm, 32 pages. Includes bonus stories about the post.
Pure Evil ...for Braddock and the Coalition
A collection of comics and drawings by numerous artists. 7th Printing
15 cm X 21 cm, 80 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
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
The first volume of poetry and illustration by Maistown
21cm x 15cm, 36 pages
Well Done Chippy: 4 + 1 Days in Mell Born
"All this zine was drawn-written in Melbourne from the 26th September till the 1st of October while attending Impact7 Printmaking conference. It was constructed at Sticky Melbourne. Thanks to Cougar Flashy who inspired me to finally stop putting it off and make a zine. The probably wouldn't of happened if i hadn't missed my train back to Adelaide so remember though it can be frustrating when things don't go to plan good things happen so often because of it..."
15cm x 10.5cm, 24 pages (plus free sticker)
With Laurel in Oblivion
What's WLIO about? What's this paper being used for? This zine is about noticing the little things, it's about things that inspire me, and some reviews of things which might inspire you -? It's not about art of love, or health or life - but a partially sensical, frag.ment(ed) poreli speld anedotal jot in the spine of all these things. A sidenote scrawled in the margins. Unfinished, and hard to read...
21 cm x 15 cm, 20 pages
Wolves and Brats
A Braddock Sketchblah
Colour printed pink on white.
7.5cm X 10.5cm, 16 pages
You Stink And I Don't #10
You Stink And I Don't 9.5
Hi son. Hope my modified McLaren MP4/4 winalltheracemobile...or 'Old Winsy' didn't startle you! Need to know: where's a man got to go to the 7-11 round here?...Guess it's a bit weird, eh, seeing Nigel Mansell, Formula 1 Champion doing something as normal as going to the 7-11 for snacks!...
15 cm x 11 cm, 16 pages in brilliant mono colours.