“Zines are a form of therapy—a therapeutic way to share our struggles associated with racism, sexism, abuse, culture, and colonialism."
"There's so much Springfield-related creativity happening right now—it's just that none of it is coming from the show's creators."
Brooklyn's now defunct Troll Hole was a zine and sex shop located in the corner of a busy laundromat. But it rarely attracted the women washing their clothes on the other side of its glittery, purple curtain.
Heterotopias examines virtual architecture through essays and images that make you stop and think.
I've covered Printed Matter's New York Art Book Fair since 2012. Each year it's grown and changed—except for this year, when it didn't.
"[It's] a medium where the person or community you want to know about is usually communicating directly. It's their voice."
The Khidr Collective wants to create a space for Muslims to be themselves.
'Letters from Incarcerated Gamers' is a time capsule that explores the desire for freedom and the power dynamics of prison.
From pro skater to LGBTQ+ activist and icon, Brian Anderson shows a new side of himself in 'Cave Homo.'
Artists and writers Una Hamilton Helle, Lotte Brown, and others explore Norwegian metal’s wilderness and folkloric imagery in the second issue of the black metal art zine 'Becoming the Forest.'
If you're in the New York area, you can pick up your copy today at FELT’s SuperHD exhibition at the Superchief Gallery.