Saturday, February 26, 2011

ryosuke cohen (part b braincell)

ryosuke cohen (part a braincell)

stan askew


stan askew , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

stan askew


stan askew , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

stan askew


stan askew, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

angela behrendt


angela behrendt , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

angela behrendt


angela behrendt , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Zine project for IMPRINT magazine

Zine project for IMPRINT magazine

Dear friends of the PCA,
To coincide with the June Issue of IMPRINT, which is themed ‘Artists Books’, The Print Council of Australia is encouraging its members and friends to produce zines in an enormous random zine exchange.
A zine [short for magazine] is indeed a small ‘booklet’, most often photocopied and stapled and can be filled with your writing- story, poetry, musings, and/ or your drawing, doodling, photographs, and is quite ephemeral in its nature. For example, I have come across ‘fan zines’, filled with musings on peoples favourite macaroons, recipes, journal entries describing the baking process, lists of people they gave the macaroons to.
It can be a personal story or factual observations, written or illustrative, the content is entirely up to you, our only requirement is in order to include the zine in the postage of Imprint, we need the zine to be small and lightweight. [Finished size: no larger than A6- 10.5 x 15cm. Up to 16 pages- = 2 x A4 sheets cut and folded.]
[And we ask that the content not be offensive in any way to a broad audience.]
If you google zines you will come across many examples- and wikipedia has quite a comprehensive definition and history of the "zine".
I hope you can let this information ruminate and I’m sure you will come up with some great ideas to put in a zine, If you can produce an edition of 15 [or 30 would be even better] zines [by photocopying] and post them to us, we would love to have them. They can be left unsigned if you prefer anonymity, or you can use a pseudonym, or of course you can sign them.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact, and as we need 1400 zines in total, please encourage your friends to make an edition for us too.
Please post as many zines as you can to me at the address below before March the 31st.
I thankyou in advance,
Kind Regards,
Georgia Thorpe
Advertising/ Subscriptions Manager
IMPRINT
Print Council of Australia
Postal address: Office 5, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne, Vic 3051
ph 03) 9328 8991
fax 03) 9328 8993

The Print Council of Australia Inc is a national, not-for-profit visual arts organisation which promotes an appreciation of contemporary Australian printmedia - artist's books + zines, digital art, works on paper, and printmaking - through exhibitions, publications and commissioned editions.
Dear friends of the PCA,
To coincide with the June Issue of IMPRINT, which is themed ‘Artists Books’, The Print Council of Australia is encouraging its members and friends to produce zines in an enormous random zine exchange. 
A zine [short for magazine] is indeed a small ‘booklet’, most often photocopied and stapled and can be filled with your writing- story, poetry, musings, and/ or your drawing, doodling, photographs, and is quite ephemeral in its nature. For example, I have come across ‘fan zines’, filled with musings on peoples favourite macaroons, recipes, journal entries describing the baking process, lists of people they gave the macaroons to. 
It can be a personal story or factual observations, written or illustrative, the content is entirely up to you, our only requirement is in order to include the zine in the postage of Imprint, we need the zine to be small and lightweight. [Finished size: no larger than A6- 10.5 x 15cm. Up to 16 pages- = 2 x A4 sheets cut and folded.]
[And we ask that the content not be offensive in any way to a broad audience.]
If you google zines you will come across many examples- and wikipedia has quite a comprehensive definition and history of the "zine".
I hope you can let this information ruminate and I’m sure you will come up with some great ideas to put in a zine, If you can produce an edition of 15 [or 30 would be even better] zines [by photocopying] and post them to us, we would love to have them. They can be left unsigned if you prefer anonymity, or you can use a pseudonym, or of course you can sign them.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in contact, and as we need 1400 zines in total, please encourage your friends to make an edition for us too.
Please post as many zines as you can to me at the address below before March the 31st.
I thankyou in advance,
Kind Regards,
Georgia Thorpe 
Advertising/ Subscriptions Manager
IMPRINT
Print Council of Australia
Postal address: Office 5, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne, Vic 3051
ph 03) 9328 8991 
fax 03) 9328 8993
The Print Council of Australia Inc is a national, not-for-profit visual arts organisation which promotes an appreciation of contemporary Australian printmedia - artist's books + zines, digital art, works on paper, and printmaking - through exhibitions, publications and commissioned editions.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

richard canard


richardcanard, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

pati bristow


patibristow, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

guido bondioli


guido bondioli, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

r f cote


r f cote, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

1102012


1102012, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

1102015


1102015, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

1102016


1102016, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

ross priddle


ross priddle, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

josé roberto sechi


josé roberto sechi, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

el taller de zenon


el taller de zenon , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

el taller de zenon


el taller de zenon , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

angela behrendt


angela behrendt , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

angela behrendt


angela behrendt , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

andrei rabodzeenko


andrei rabodzeenko, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

mail art call/ gylsboda art-center


mail art call, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

herman kamphuis




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jim kaufmann




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ivan zemtsov /mail art call


ivan zemtsov /mail art call, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

ivan zemtsov


ivan zemtsov, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

jim kaufmann


jim kaufmann, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

david berube


david berube, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

william philyaw


william philyaw , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

william philyaw


william philyaw, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

jokie wilson


jokie wilson, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

pati bristow


pati bristow, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

pistol pete


pistol pete, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

erin fae


erin fae , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

erin fae


erin fae , originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

erin fae


erin fae, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

110214


110214, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

110212


110212, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

110211


110211, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

110210


110210, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

110209


110209, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

110208


110208, originally uploaded by fripsflickr.

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