Zines

Culture

galchester is the magazine shining a spotlight on the women of manchester

Because it may be a Man’schester but it wouldn’t mean nothing without a woman or a Gal!
George Douglas-Davies
4.19.18
Culture

an ultra sneaky peek at your favourite zine, mushpit

Welcome to issue 10, baby.
Bertie Brandes
Charlotte Roberts
12.18.17
Zines

take a trip to inner space with period

From communes to clouds to crotches, this zine will space you out.
Georgie Wright
12.4.17
Photography

girlgaze galvanises the revolution with their willow smith-fronted zine

With contributions from trans activist Jazz Jennings to renown photojournalist Lynsey Addario, make way for the zine of the future.
Catherine Kirby
11.17.17
Football

female football fans are just as fanatic as the lads

This zine proves it.
Georgie Wright
11.9.17
prison life

selfies from the inside - a new zine is documenting the lives of young prisoners

The reality of life for Britain’s young prisoners will be exposed in a photo zine published later this year, at a time when violence, understaffing and budget cuts have created a crisis so urgent that it’s been suggested the army might be sent into jails.
Emma Finamore
11.1.17
Culture

draw a vulgar picture

Artist Craig Boagey’s new zine Recital is filled with painstakingly created photorealistic drawings of sex and violence.
Felix Petty
10.26.17
Culture

the new buffalo zine takes you to the world's biggest ikea

The cult London magazine’s sixth issue is dedicated to the beauty of the home and the world of interiors. And they’ve shared an exclusive feature with us (and you).
Buffalo Zine
10.25.17
Zines

an exclusive look at sister zine ahead of its launch at tate modern

Launching with an event at the Tate Modern this Saturday, the new Sister Magazine celebrates confident, outspoken women.
Roisin Lanigan
9.8.17
Culture

why we must take a creative approach to sexual health

Black Fly zine is using art to change the usual narrative around sexual wellbeing, focusing on bringing people of colour into the conversation.
Jade Jackman
8.21.17
Culture

the new typical girls zine features generations of radical creative women

Times are tough, but together we are tougher. TG’s new issue features creative community leaders from different generations, including Spare Rib’s Sue O’Sullivan, Women Who founder Otegha Uwagba, Art Hoe Collective's Gabrielle Richardson, and editor...
Charlotte Gush
5.24.17
London

arcades is a new zine documenting the magic of suburban life and culture

For their second issue, Wendy Huynh’s Arcades captures the creative classes that make London’s outskirts thrive.
Max Tuson
5.23.17
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