Pasha Open – the pity party
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Now that everyone is in home quarantine, we all have our own pity party. This new zine from Kiev based Pasha Open shows a series of paintings and life. If your party hasn’t started yet, let the party begin. This zine is good inspiration!
Instagram: Pasha Open
Edition of 100
Abcdef is an autonomous artist armed with spray cans. His abstract work is expressed in many different forms. In this zine you will find a collection of his versatile projects, including track records. This zine is about collecting. Collecting pieces.
Edition of 50
Flirting with crime is the first publication by Ontop from the Defs crew. After the mostly tense situations Ontop found time to shoot good atmospheric photos of his surroundings. His point of view gives a good insight in to the underground graffiti scene. The zine documents quotes from other writers and pictures taken in cities like, Paris, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Amsterdam, London and New York
This handmade magazine is made in co-operation with Loop colors and Cantastic. For the magazine we used four different colors (Black, Blue, Fluorescent Pink, Yellow) printed with a Risograph printer. The magazine is bound using a sewing machine and comes with two postcards and a sticker pack.
– 17,5 x 23,0 cm, 60 pages
– Riso printed cover (4 colors/ faux CMYK) on 250 gr Bio-Top paper
– 56 Risograph printed pages (4 color/ faux CMYK) on 120gr Bio-Top paper
– Hand bound, Side sewn bound
– Edition of 736, numbered
– Including 2 postcards and a sticker pack
Toskana, Mittelitalien. Wie Gemälde an den Seiten von altgriechischen Töpferwaren existieren Aris’Arbeiten größtenteils auf den Seiten der Güterzüge: himmlische Wesen bewegen sich entlang der Schienen Europas. Das Zine zeigt eine Auswahl dieser Schichten, Formen und Silhouetten.
Tuscany, Central Italy. Like paintings on the sides of Ancient Greek pottery, Aris‘ works exist largely on the sides of freight trains: ethereal beings moving along the rails of Europe. In this zine a selection these layers, shapes and silhouettes.
Edition of 150
Flight Mode is the follow up on Jeroens zine Ad Infinitum that shows a never ending story. How his work transformed from figurative to absract and vice versa. Laps around the church, a perfect circle.
Instagram: Jeroen Erosie
Edition of 200