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Exitstencil Press publishes International Anthem collection

EXITSTENCIL PRESS HAVE now published the eagerly awaited complete collection of International Anthem magazine.

The first issue of International Anthem (a ‘nihilist newspaper for the living’) was put together by Gee Vaucher in 1977-78, when she was living and working in Manhattan, New York, as newly formed punk band Crass began to emerge from the rehearsal space at Dial House. 137 more words


Tom Pimlott (The Flex) interview by Chiller Than Most fanzine / Part I.

Tom Pimlott (The Flex) interview originally published in Chiller Than Most fanzine, issue 4. Pics by Patrick Orozco, Call Me Killer, Michelle Olaya, Natalie Wood. 2,469 more words


Agnostic Front - Kerrang! December 19, 1987

Originally published in Kerrang! magazine. (Click the picture for bigger size.)


“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack Bantry

“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack

In the 1980’s and 90’s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular. They were an affordable way for a publisher to put out an anthology (or collection) of stories. 555 more words


Timeline Reflection

Initially, working with Photoshop to transform one of the media images was challenging and frustrating. About a week ago, I had gone through the basic Photoshop tutorial on Lynda to learn some of the main tools used to edit photos; however, because it had been over a week and I don’t have Photoshop on my computer to practice, I had forgotten all of the tools I had learned and it felt like I was starting from scratch again, stumbling my way through Photoshop trying to make the changes I had envisioned. 577 more words

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Drug Dogs Zine: The Visual Guide

Last few copies discounted in the web store! http://drugdogszine.bigcartel.com/

“Coffee table” fanzine full-to-bursting with exclusive drawings and the mutilated remnants of my metal, wrestling and hardcore magazine collection. 37 more words