My buddy Ian has just produced a new lovely little handbook called Cannibals, which he describes as “a handbook of dubious exercises, tips, and rants about becoming a designer how teaches.” I loved his Start Somewhere handbook, and am very much looking forward to reading this one.
My buddy Ian Lynam is simply one of the smartest people I know on this planet, and when he writes something, you should pay attention. His latest zine — which you can order online from his Wordshape webstore — acts as a guide to new graphic design graduates. I also highly recommend his Start Somewhere zine, […]
Fire & Ice is a beautiful zine produced by Noah Nguyen, focusing on type and lettering, all shot during a trip by Nguyen to Niigata. I’m not seeing anywhere to purchase it, so it may be a one-off. Found via Canvas.
Here’s a look at the third issue of the lovely illustrated zine, Kawa.
My buddy Matt Schley brings to my attention a fantastic zine (3rd issue) that he’s produced with a group of people — under the Colony Drop monicker — that is dedicated to one of those classic anime series you should watch if you haven’t (or as they describe it, “the one giant robot show that’s […]
I wrote a post about the Kawa zine last month, and here’s a great look at the just-released 2nd issue, covering places to visit in Yokohama. Found via Canvas.
Kawa is a beautiful zine produced as part of the Neko Box subscription service, and comes included in packages you receive from them. It acts as a curated guide of spots to check out in Tokyo. This Canvas post shows it off nicely.
Not long ago I mentioned the release of Gueorgui‘s Turbulence zine, and now he’s offering one of the photos featured inside (of Shibuya Station, pictured) as its own separate A2/A3/A4-sized print. Available in limited quantities, you can order one online here.
My friend Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko has just produced his first zine, Turbulence, that collects some of his black & white Tokyo photography. It’s a nice little print object, and I’m definitely a fan of what he’s been shooting over the past year or two (following him on Instagram) — in fact, the avatar of me you see […]
I just posted this on SNOW Magazine, but thought it would make sense to have it here too — a new little zine by illustrator Mogu Takahashi called Chotto Omoshiroi, that comes with a fold-out poster.