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The third Boicozine mini-feature on magazines stars all 19 issues of innovative cinema magazine, Little White Lies.

A video review featuring early issues of Little White Lies.

nickelsonwooster:

Brilliant.
nickhuddleston:

parisheroinstars:

Daaaaaamn I fucking love Banksy.

Banksy

nickelsonwooster:

Brilliant.

nickhuddleston:

parisheroinstars:

Daaaaaamn I fucking love Banksy.

Banksy

(Source: vayarevoltillo)

Ideas at the House: Tavi Gevinson - Tavi’s Big Big World (At 17)

Watch Philip Roth: Future of Reading on PBS. See more from American Masters.

Philip Roth on Ebooks

The making of the tablet issue of Little White Lies.

The making of the printed version of Little White Lies.

Raised on the Web, but Liking a Little Ink

Zines, small do-it-yourself publications that originated in the 1930s, are enjoying a comeback among the Web-savvy.

ZINES!

I’m starting to delve into some research on zines for my thesis. If you create zines, I want to hear from you! Please e-mail Hayley at heyzinesters@gmail.com with your answers to the following questions:


Your Name
Location

Why do you create zines?

Who or what inspired you to start making zines?

Do you have a particular topic of interest or does your zine change according to preferences that day/week/month?

What is your overall process? (What tools do you use and how do you go about putting your zine together?)

Do you use a computer to make them or do you work by hand?

How do you feel when you finish and publish your zine?

What’s your favorite zine?

Do you collect zines? If so, how long have you been collecting?

What’s your thoughts on the permanence of zines versus an e-zine?

Any zine resources/books you would like to share?

Feel free to expand upon these questions as well. I would love to hear from a variety of people. Even if you don’t make zines, but would like to discuss them, I would also like to hear from you.

Thanks!
(And reblog if you can)

nevver:

“Tumblr, infectious as it may be, is symptomatic of a vacuous taste-making culture that thrives on fickle inside jokes and the immediacy of novelty qua novelty.” — Against Tumblr

nevver:

“Tumblr, infectious as it may be, is symptomatic of a vacuous taste-making culture that thrives on fickle inside jokes and the immediacy of novelty qua novelty.” — Against Tumblr

The third Boicozine mini-feature on magazines stars all 19 issues of innovative cinema magazine, Little White Lies.

A video review featuring early issues of Little White Lies.

nickelsonwooster:

Brilliant.
nickhuddleston:

parisheroinstars:

Daaaaaamn I fucking love Banksy.

Banksy

nickelsonwooster:

Brilliant.

nickhuddleston:

parisheroinstars:

Daaaaaamn I fucking love Banksy.

Banksy

(Source: vayarevoltillo)

Ideas at the House: Tavi Gevinson - Tavi’s Big Big World (At 17)

Watch Philip Roth: Future of Reading on PBS. See more from American Masters.

Philip Roth on Ebooks

The making of the tablet issue of Little White Lies.

The making of the printed version of Little White Lies.

Raised on the Web, but Liking a Little Ink

Zines, small do-it-yourself publications that originated in the 1930s, are enjoying a comeback among the Web-savvy.

ZINES!

I’m starting to delve into some research on zines for my thesis. If you create zines, I want to hear from you! Please e-mail Hayley at heyzinesters@gmail.com with your answers to the following questions:


Your Name
Location

Why do you create zines?

Who or what inspired you to start making zines?

Do you have a particular topic of interest or does your zine change according to preferences that day/week/month?

What is your overall process? (What tools do you use and how do you go about putting your zine together?)

Do you use a computer to make them or do you work by hand?

How do you feel when you finish and publish your zine?

What’s your favorite zine?

Do you collect zines? If so, how long have you been collecting?

What’s your thoughts on the permanence of zines versus an e-zine?

Any zine resources/books you would like to share?

Feel free to expand upon these questions as well. I would love to hear from a variety of people. Even if you don’t make zines, but would like to discuss them, I would also like to hear from you.

Thanks!
(And reblog if you can)

nevver:

“Tumblr, infectious as it may be, is symptomatic of a vacuous taste-making culture that thrives on fickle inside jokes and the immediacy of novelty qua novelty.” — Against Tumblr

nevver:

“Tumblr, infectious as it may be, is symptomatic of a vacuous taste-making culture that thrives on fickle inside jokes and the immediacy of novelty qua novelty.” — Against Tumblr

ZINES!

About:

Hayley is a graphic designer/artist who was undercover as an art history grad student at the University of Memphis. Then, she became a graduate graphic design student.

This tumblr functions as another platform to showcase her work and also provide criticism/commentary on other art related things.

Education:
BFA with an emphasis in Graphic Design from Mississippi University for Women, August 2008

Web:
Portfolio//Blog//Flickr//Twitter

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