This is a zine with alternate ways of communication. With this zine, you can learn Tap Code, Morse Code, Braille, Sign Language, and Binary Code. Examples of each language is included. The zine is written under one of my pseudonyms, Bast Ármannsson.
I love space. I also love cats. What do you get with the two together? Cats in space. A.K.A. Space Cadets. This zine features a bunch of silly cats in space. Some are flying on hot dogs, pizza, or bacon. Some are flying in jars or shoes. This is a must have for all cat lovers!
Zine features 24 haikus and art. Each zine is printed on one sheet of Neenah linen 80# text paper, folded and strategically cut to make a 24+ page zine! Size is 2×3 inches and printed in full color.
hearing blue started off as a tiny experiment… now that tiny web experiment has turned into a tiny zine that expresses my philosophy that “Perception is Power”. Written in about 100 words, it’s a charming short zine that is meant to be passed around and left in random places to inspire or force a smile.
A 32 page zine written between 2009-2014. The zine features random things reviewed alphabetically. This is a perzine “written by Neik Glasshouse”. Neik is a concept character I have been working on for many years. She appears in other works of mine… you get gold points for figuring out where. :)
A 28 page lesbian erotica zine. For mature audiences only. “Written by Jade Knight”. Jade is another concept character I created. This is a zine that features 4 short lesbian erotica fiction written by Jade. A couple of stories are a little sci-fi-ish. Printed on linen paper.
Nicholas sent me a ton of his beautiful charming work recently. My favorites so far are A Catty Holiday and There She Grows.
Flat Mountain Press “houses all the craft and storytelling projects of Trevor Grabill, including comics, woodcut prints, bookbinding, ink-brewing, illustration, short-story writing, graphic and type design, and even occasional event coordination.”
Worms is written by Brian John Mitchell and is a “sci-fi/horror mini-comic. It is an adventure story with dream like qualities in the style of Lovecraft & Kafka.” The story is about a girl who becomes one with worms and is trying to find her way through a creepy world.
A small zine, measuring 1.75″ x 1.5″ with 20 pages. Features a poem and line drawings. Everything is handwritten and hand drawn, but then color inverted in Photoshop. The zine was inspired by synchronicity and partnerships with other human beings.
My friend Sher invited me to present to her 7th grade class on Sept. 5th. She’s an art teacher at a private school in Atlanta. She wanted me to talk to her class about my career as a web designer. She also wanted me to talk about zines and show her kids how to make a one page zine!
This zine shows you how to travel to the fifth dimension… need I say more? I cherish these type of zines. I love seeing others with a romantic view of life. Beautiful.
The zine may not look like much at first glance, but read Evah’s explanation of what “droodles” are in beginning of the zine and you’ll smile the whole way through the rest of the zine. That’s all I’m going to say about this super duper cute book with simple drawings.
I read this zine in one sitting, but don’t let that fool you; this is a text heavy zine. The zine has over 50 pages of Kelly’s experi…….
This is one of the cutest zines I’ve ever come across. I got about 4 issues at once and I read them all in one sitting one lazy afternoon. Every issue is hand drawn and hand written!
I heard about this zine for many years, but actually never had the opportunity to read it. I finally got a copy from Parcell Press (o…….
There are a lot of artists that I love and find inspiring, but I can count with my two hands the ones that I absolutely connect with most. Brendan has easily found his way into these two hands.
Random Pages zine features work from the talented Amanda Baeza, a young woman who currently lives in Lisbon, Portugal. Her offbeat art and words/stories are captivating and sometimes confusing, but I wouldn’t want it any other way.
If zine publishers were more like Zine Arcade, this world would be a more awesome place.