Ayano Takeuchi is creator of Audrey & Audrey, I really really like you and I don’t know what to do with my life, three dreamy zines which capture that elusive spirit of childhood innocence, loss and longing. ANDY HUANG chatted
In 2010, a group of local academics and artists got together and formed Refugee Art Project. Through art workshops, public exhibitions and zines, they’ve continued to support the men, women and children inside Australian detention centres. Co-founder Safdar Ahmed tells
Comic wunderkind Chris Gooch is the creator of 51%, an ongoing series filled with amazing illustrations, and lots of thoughts and feels – the stories are awkward, dark, strange, unexpected and everything in between. Chris kindly let ANDY HUANG badger
ANDY HUANG spoke to Sydney hyphenate Megan Clune – writer, clarinettist and curator of Musical ALASKA. But it doesn’t end there – among all her other creative projects, Megan also edits and publishes World’s Only, an innovative publication about contemporary art and
Beef Knuckles is a threesome of dudeburgers – Hon Boey, Bryn Desmond-Jones and Rob Moran. They make a pretty (in a boyish kind of way) zine filled with hat poems, comics about cats, basketball, and other adorably geeky things. This
Due to popular demand about Zinegeist, a very meta and sparkly regular (we hope) segment profiling some of the greatest zines that ever zine’d, Vertigo’s resident zine-nerd ANDY HUANG attempts to answer that all important question: just what exactly are zines?
When it comes to zines, VANESSA BERRY is pretty much the entry point for most enthusiasts. Eternally cool, the creative polymath shares with us her experience of discovering zines as a teenager in the 90s…
In the world of zines, Vanessa Berry