It's Christmas time, so we all should be buying stuff. I was out wandering through my favorite bookstores yesterday and came up with some gift ideas I want to share with you.
For your little brother or sister:
A project about Tags, DIY-Craft & Subcultural Globalization
The cardboard covers were cut by hand. This thick volume shows you how to make a fat marker of your own and is full of pictures of people writing graffiti from all over the world.
For any zine-maker, or for me, because this thing rules:
The Gocco Silkscreen Kit is a mini silkscreen making kit. It takes no time to burn their little screens and it's nowhere near as messy as the real deal. The company is going out of business and these are getting harder to find. Some people started a Save Gocco campaign. Check there for updates and look on ebay for the kits. And when you find one, send it to me.
Also for me or your coolest family member:
0-9 The Complete Magazine: 1967-1969
Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer
Collection of the 7 issues of 0 to 9, Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer's mimeographed magazine. Their aim was to explore the relationship between language and the page and the contributors list is full of major artists and writers of the time, including Sol LeWitt, Adrian Piper, Dan Graham, Robert Smithson, Yvonne Rainer, and the editors themselves.
- Art/Design Magazines
- Car Magazines
- Entertainment Magazines
- Fashion Magazines
- Food Magazines
- Home/Architecture Magazines
- IN BRIEF
- Lifestyle Magazines
- Literary Journal
- Magazine Rack of the Week
- Magazines We Love Roundup
- Make Your Own
- PDF magazines
- PF Collection
- Photography Magazines
- Ramblings, Rants and Redundancies
- Small Press
- Special Issues
- Travel Magazines