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ZINES NOT DEAD !!!
In Montréal they have taken decommisioned cigarette vending machines and have filled them with little works of art that people can buy at train stations. I love you, Distroboto machines! [en francais and, for sensitive viewers, there is some use of early 21st century ‘jaunty’ reggae]
Salford Zine Library say “why don’t you make a zine?” and we totally agree. Now get off the interweb and make something.
South East London zine fest: 12th November 2011
Thanks to everyone who came to the inaugural Zine Boogaloo last night. A fine, inspiring time was had by all. Discussions included devious/deviant art-related plans:
* the lack of art spaces in Cambridge
* the possibility of a zine fair in Cambridge tahn centre
* how can we make the Council make more art spaces in Cambridge
* a Cambridge experimental scene zine
And much more … stay tuned for further transmissions from Zine Boogaloo HQ about the next meet-up and devilishly ambitious plans.
Over and out.