Concrete Queers is a zine for fun queer stuff. Issue #2 has got comedians talking about their craft, people talking about what comedy means to them, as well as queers just bein’ plain darn funny and producing fabulous artwork.
Come on down to the launch in Sticky on Saturday August 8th at 3-5pm for some readings, snacks, zines and a good time. See you there!
Our launch date and location have been confirmed! The official Feel Good Zine Launch will be on the 19th of July at The Old Bar (74-76 Johnston St, Fitzroy VIC). There will also be music acts playing from 8pm. The line up for the night consists of Seasloth, The Piss Factory and Caroline J Dale.
Zines will be sold upstairs from 7pm. All proceeds will be donated to the national work of Headspace. There will also be an exhibition consisting of works from the artists in the zine upstairs. Some of the works will be for sale with proceeds from sales also being donated to Headspace. So if you are in Melbourne do come check it out- it’s sure to be a really fun night!
Current artists exhibiting at the launch are Neil Sanders, Nastia Dyakova, Annie Murray, Kat Young, Sophie McPike, Tegan Iverson, Jennifer Crow, Glynn Urquhart, Cameron Brideoake, Hanna Mancini, Mandy Ord, Katherine Sarpi, Tiffany Goh, Andrew Fulton, Chloe Pisani, Daniel Brown & Paige Bryrne
That means we have been publishing a 1000 posts a year since we began this Tumblr.
A good time to invite you all to our new zine just for you - The Prepaid Economy - with more focused information and news about opportunities in Africa, where the startup hubs are, what’s changing in technology and lots more photographs, videos and How To’s for entrepreneurial guidance if you want to start your own business in and with Africa.
Ed. Varie is pleased to announce a One Night Zine Launch and Show with Chase Chivers. Opening Reception Thursday, November 21, 7 - 10 pm.
How Will It End brings together archived and found photographic content that Chivers has created and collected over the past years to present. Published in collaboration with Ed. Varie, How Will It End, has been printed in New York in a limited edition of 100. Rare books and zines from Chivers private collection will also be on display.
Chase Chivers, born in Boise, Idaho, in 1983, was raised in the high desert.
Chivers is a self taught painter and photographer and is currently based in New York.
This will mark Chiver’s second exhibition with Ed. Varie.
How Will It End will be on view for ONE NIGHT only.
For additional information, please contact the gallery, firstname.lastname@example.org
I put together the covers of my 10 issues for a collage - I hadn’t realised quite how many of them were based on socialist propaganda until I put them together. This will be the back cover for the anthology I’m launching at Festival of the Photocopier next Sunday (Melbourne Town Hall 12-5).
I’ve just finished my new issue. I’ll be launching it at the Tonerpalooza zine/comic fair on Sunday (22/6), so if you’re in Melbourne come to the State Library between 12-4 to get a copy - it includes quite a bit of stuff I haven’t put on tumblr.
GOLLY the NINJA FACTS zine launch at Citizen Vintage in Montreal was so much fun. Here are some pics of the festivities. Super grateful to all of the fine folks who came out and drank free beer with me in honor of ninjas.