Just got Issues 1 and 2 of Graffiti Vandal in the mail. This zine showcases graffiti from the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina. You can contact the people who sent us the zine, here. In the meantime check out some of our favorite pages above.
Not too long ago, the guys at graffitishop.it sent us some issues of their publication, Taking Over. This zine doesn’t pull any punches; there’s no legal walls/tumblr girls/trendy photos, just straight up street & train graffiti. Go here to find out more info on how to grab yourself a free copy and how [...]
The guys over at 45RPM were kind enough to shoot the latest issue of Disposable Fanzine our way. A plethora of photos (45 to be exact) depicting various states of youthful abandon fill this full-color 6A size zine. Some of our favorite flicks are above, but if you wanna see them all, you can go [...]
One cool guy, two cool zines featuring content from Melbourne, Tokyo and beyond! Grab em’ here!
Stickers seem to be all the craze as of late. A perfect example of this is Stuck, a 60 page zine solely dedicated to slaps and labels. Issue #1 includes photos of stickers in NYC and interviews with Baser, Alone, Minus and Crast. Each cover is screen-printed and each zine includes a sticker pack. Get [...]
The first issue of Territory Zine came to us in the mail a few weeks ago, but we haven’t had a chance to look through it’s 114 B&W pages until now. This zine is pretty much all over the place, and by place we mean the small, often overlooked cities of the United States. With [...]
We just got issue #2 of Carnage in the mailbox and after reading it over we think the best way to describe it is as a sweet, well designed tribute to one of New York’s fallen soldiers (literally). In December 2010 Sure ATM was killed in Afghanistan where he was stationed as a Intelligence Officer [...]
Opening our mailbox and finding awesome zines inside is basically one of our favorite things ever. So needless to say, we were pretty hype when we recently received Issue 1 of Black Ski Mask. Carefully curated and assembled by Max Mallender and Jason Hollis, Black Ski Mask showcases 40 pages of color photographs that run the [...]