ZINES

HUFFIN' TEXTAS: A SECRET HISTORY OF DEXTER FLETCHER

 

A6 zine, 100 pages, BW photocopy with Gocco printed cover.

 

"I'm trying to remember who said this: a thing about the corporals in the trenches that always had a Penguin paperback hanging out their back pocket, the organic intellectuals who were the best people in the war."

 

An autobiographical zine by Sydney art gang of two Dexter Fletcher.

$5 AUD

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Gender-Art-Apocalypse

 

A5 zine, 12 pages, BW photocopy with two screen printed pages.

 

"The public and private or political and personal are not interchangeable sets of dualistic concepts but are very significant to one-another..."

 

An artist statement with text and illustrations, "loosely based on carnivorous flowers, volcanoes, animals, feminism and the apocalypse..."

$4 AUD

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Guest Informant #8

 

A5 zine, 40 pages, BW photocopy on newsprint.

 

The most current issue in this collaborative series, in which two people sit together in a room and record their conversation, then transcribe it and print it under the title Guest Informant.

 

This issue's Guest Informants are Anwen C and Thomas B.

$3 AUD

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I Am A Camera #18

 

A5 zine, 32 pages, BW photocopy with colour photocopied centrefold and stamped cover.

 

"In the future," S says from behind me, "we'll be able to enter these worlds."

 

The most recent issue of Vanessa Berry's well loved zine.

$8 AUD

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Saying Goodbye in the Rain #2: Tony Blair is Evil

 

A5 zine, 104 pages, BW photocopy.

 

"I guess it was longing that made me search on the internet for clues about them. This zine is an artefact of Mekons fandom dredged from the deep web..."

 

A paper reproduction of a defunct online Mekons fan forum.

$6 AUD

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It's The Unbelievable Truth

 

A5 zine, 45 pages, BW photocopy with colour cover.

 

"This, then, is an attempt to convince you of the format's beauty using a medium even less bombastic than a civilised Radio 4 half-hour: the zine."

 

A zine version of the BBC panel game show 'The Unbelievable Truth', by Thomas Blatchford.

 

 

$4 AUD

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Where Do I Belong?

 

A5 perfect bound book, 110 pages, BW and colour digital print.

 

"Comic art and cartoons relating to the idea & question of place, identity & belonging."

 

A Silent Army publication edited by Michael Fikaris, Safdar Ahmed and Sam Wallman.

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #1

 

11 x 17.5cm, 58 pages, perfect bound, digitally printed, BW.

 

"The works in this zine were produced during weekly art lessons with asylum seekers and refugees in the Villawood detention centre. To start the class we sit together, share food, crack jokes and exchange stories - both ridiculous and sublime - about our lives, health, families, the weather, sport, art, politics and much else besides..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine got to RAP.

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #2

 

11 x 17.5cm, 98 pages, perfect bound, digitally printed, BW.

 

"All of the drawings in this zine were made by Mohammad, a Burmese refugee who has been held for over four years in the Villawood detention centre..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #3

 

11 x 17.5cm, 56 pages, perfect bound, digitally printed, BW.

 

"This zine is a tribute to Ahmed Ali Jafari, an Afghan asylum seeker who was a close friend and member of our weekly art classes inside the Villawood detention centre. It features the reminiscences of his friends in detention as well as those of Refugee Art Project volunteers...."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #4

 

11 x 17.5cm, 82 pages, perfect bound, digitally printed, BW.

 

"My name is Murtaza Ali Jafari and I am a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan. I don't know exactly when I was born but I am roughly 25 years old. My family fled Afghanistan because of the Taliban and settled in Quetta, Pakistan, when I was very young..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

 

 

 

 

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #6

 

11 x 17.5cm, 94 pages, perfect bound, digitally printed, BW.

 

"The drawings, comics and testimony in this zine are by refugee women who we met in the Villawood detention centre and in our workshop in the Western Sydney suburb of Parramatta..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

$10 AUD

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Refugee Art Project #8

 

15.5 x 18.5cm, 36 pages, saddle bound, digitally printed, BW with some colour pages.

 

"My name is Fakhruddin Rajai and I am 28 years old. I was born in Afghanistan, in the Loman district of Ghazni province though we moved to Kabul when I was ten years old..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

$12 AUD

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Refugee Art PROJECT #9

 

15.5 x 18.5cm, 40 pages, saddle bound, digitally printed, full colour.

 

The Man from the Garden, A Refugee Art Project children's book.

 

"This book was created in the Refugee Art Project women's art workshop in the Pop Up Parramatta Artists Studio, Western Sydney..."

 

All proceeds from the sale of this zine go to RAP.

 

 

$12 AUD

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OMNIA SUNT COMMUNIA

 

17 x 20cm, 12 pages, red and black risograph.

 

A comic by Emma D, drawn for the anthology 'If we all spat at once they't drown: drawings about class', ed. Sam Wallman.

 

What if everything belonged to everyone?

$3 AUD

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