‘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.
The f/D Book of Pinhole: A global survey of pinhole photography is f/D‘s book of 100 pinhole photographs by 100 international photographers, edited by Kier Selinsky and Libby Duncan Selinsky. They don’t have copies for sale yet, but the Kickstarter rewards are arriving as I type. Mine came yesterday, and you’re seeing it here first…
Nathan Pearce’s ‘Wrestling Friggen Rules’ zines friggen rule. I’m tempted to just leave it at that.
‘Tiny Plastic Box vol. 3’ is the third collection from Jon Wilkening’s pinhole 365. The images and the little volumes keep getting better and better.
Negative Feedback #1 is the first irl magazine from George Muncey and the Negative Feedback team. With short photo essays from Damien Maloney, Liam Stock, Laurence Watts, and Tim Palman, and single images from nearly 20 contributors, Negative Feedback is an excellent collection of contemporary photography in the Alec Soth vein, with a heavy dose of disconnection and […]
Missing is a fun little zine from George Muncey, of Negative Feedback fame. It’s very simple, really: Muncey started photographing ‘Missing Cat’ flyers one day, then added cats and neighborhoods that matched the flyers, and *poof* a great little project was born.
Dave Allen’s ‘The Insolite number 0’ is among my favorite releases of #27zine. It’s a little bit bizarre, willfully obtuse, frustrating, maddening, even, and I love nearly everything about it.