‘Kodachrome,’ the new quarterly magazine from Eastman Kodak, arrived today. It’s an interesting thing. Devoted to “Art * Film * Analog Culture” it’s full of interviews, articles, a photoset, and a bit of advertising for Eastman Kodak products. It’s an interesting thing. Have a look:
Isabel Curdes‘ Dreamwalking – the Forest is the finest, most precious zine I’ve seen. In fact, it’s really probably a travesty to call this thing a zine: completely handmade, stab-bound, and printed on fine Kozo paper, it oozes quality and attention to detail, and is a far cry from xeroxes at Kinkos.
Jon Wilkening’s excellent Street Pinhole 365 just keeps rolling along. Images 151-200 arrived just last week, and I jumped into it as quick as I could…
This has been sitting on the back burner for weeks…
- PhotoMemo, the Photographer’s Memo Book is everything the Galaxy Planner could’ve been, and I’m actually using it, unlike the Galaxy thing.
- Foreign Observer is a color zine by Daniel Rodriguez. It’s sold out at ShootFilmCo, but still available on Daniel’s website.
It’s sort of a shame to put them together like this, but oh well.
Forth Goes the Road chronicles Christian Watson’s drive from Hillsboro, OR to Stag Bay, AK without maps or cellphone or motel rooms, just his 1980s Jeep, some cameras, an occasional diner somewhere, and a dog for company.
It sounds like a great trip…
‘I Ditched Class and I Took a Bath‘ documents Agathe Rousselle’s two week vacation in San Francisco following a breakup and personal crisis at home. The careening narrative follows Rousselle as she walks and parties her way to some inner peace, and ceiba’s excellent production reinforces the narrative and puts viewers in the center of it all.