How Feminist Zine Culture Has Evolved

From Riot Grrrl to a more inclusive and high aesthetic present, a new exhibition shows the changing faces of a century of independent print.


Saying A Fond, Personal Goodbye to 'NME''s Print Edition

Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.


Celebrating 400 Issues of The Wire, a Music Magazine Built on Independence

We spoke to writers and editors involved in the making of music's most discerning and open-minded publication.


Library of the Printed Web: The Guy Who Makes Art Out of the Internet

Paul Soulellis makes art out of the internet.


[NSFW] A New Erotic Art Book Tells the Tale of a Nude Female Desert Cult

Amy Hood's erotic art book tells the story of a violent kidnapping in the Hollywood Hills.


Postcards from the End of an American Era

History hits a wall at Michael St. John's 14th solo show in New York, 'These Days; Leaves of Grass,' at Andrea Rosen Gallery.


Enter This Surreal World of Tattoo Line Work

Monty Python and Dali collide with tattoo guns.


Artist Creates Vintage "Digital" Art on a Typewriter

Arno Beck is making computer art, computer-free.


"Picasso of Design" Paul Rand’s Manifesto Is Back in Print

The architect of modernist graphic design’s classic manifesto ‘A Designer’s Art’ is now back in print.


Buffalo Zine Makes Fancy Print Mags Funny Again

it's a magazine that goes through a complete redesign for every issue, and puts the humour back into the world of fashion publications.


A New Book Flips Through a Decade of Rock Concerts

'OMG Posters: A Decade of Rock Art' features 400 limited edition gig posters from the top rock bands of the last 10 years.


An A.I. Curated a Magazine Using Image Recognition Technology

The A.I. known as EyeEm Vision reveals “the best, the hidden, the unseen” in the EyeEm photographic community.