Posts Tagged ‘zine’

Wrap Magazine: An Interview with Co-Founder Polly Glass

With 5 pull-out pages of wrapping paper included inside, Wrap is a magazine with a difference. We talk to co-founder Polly Glass about this unique illustration publication.

Written by Jessica Cook

Polly & Chris by Gemma Cotterell
Christopher Harrison and Polly Glass by Gemma Cotterell

When I open Issue Seven of Wrap, I’m thinking of Princess Clara, Wooldoor Jebediah Sockbat, Foxxy Love, Toot Braunstein and the whole gang. For those of you who aren't familiar with this wondrous cast of visual mockery, these are characters from animation parody Drawn Together, a TV show which pokes fun at our favourite 2D cartoonies, and also, the name of Wrap’s most recent issue. Wrap's Drawn Together puts a beady eye onto collectives, and the highlights of this issue include: Anthony Burrill, Peepshow Collective, Nous Vous, read more

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University of Westminster: Photography Ba Hons Graduate Show 2011 Review

Outstanding work from University of Westminster students at Free Range - look out for names such as Beth Vieira, Tomas Hein, Ed Hannan, Zara Ilic and Aniela Michalec-Perriam.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Detail of photograph by Zara Ilic. University of Westminster had the lion’s share of the Free Range showspace last weekend, taking up the entirety of the huge hangar like space, […]

Pre-London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Interview: Cooperative Designs

This week Amelia's Magazine discuss influences and techniques in the run up to London Fashion Week 2010 with exquisite knitwear designers, Cooperative Designs

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Photograph by Matt Bramford After being spellbound by Cooperative Designs’ last two presentations (see here and here) at London Fashion Week. Amelia’s Magazine are delighted to have had the opportunity […]

The London Zine Symposium – A little appreciation please!

The London Zine Symposium – A little appreciation please!

Brick Lane played host to the greats of the Zine world last week, two of our contributors went along to get their thumbs inky, find out what's new in Zine's and eat vegan cupcakes. Here's the second installment.

Written by Matt Witt

Illustration above by: Jenny Robins The London Zine Symposium – The Rag Factory, Brick Lane, 29th May 2010 Zines piled on zines, upon comics, upon fanzines on top of stories […]

Zine Symposium Review

Brick Lane played host to the greats of the Zine world last week, two of our contributors went along to get their thumbs inky, find out what's new in Zine's and eat vegan cupcakes. Here's the first installment.

Written by Amelia Wells

The London Zine Symposium, held last week at the Rag Factory, was full to the bustle with a variety of cheery people, all sharing in the spirit of DIY; flicking […]

Fun and Frenzine – Zine Symposium

Rag Factory, London

Written by Melodie Ash

This Sunday saw a hoard of eager revelers take a break from sun gauging to descend upon the alternative epicenter of the East End for the annual fun and frolics […]

FUN Magazine

Magazine review

Written by Simon Edgar Lord

FUN Magazine is a truly anarchic collection of words, letters, pictures and sentences that follows no pre-ordained format and which does not fit within the boundaries of polite society. It […]

Zine Fest

The Women's Library, Saturday January 24th

Written by Luisa Gerstein

Woman? Good. Self-publishing? Also good. This Saturday at the The Women’s Library there will be a hands-on day celebrating woman’s involvement in self-publishing. Publishers, artists, illustrators and crafters – all […]