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

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
Culture

5 radical zines by latina/x women

Raising money to fund DACA renewals, Mujeristas Collective is bringing together young artists and writers to share their experiences as Latina/x women in America.
André-Naquian Wheeler
9.15.17
Culture

luminous photos of skaters and icelandic volcanoes by grace ahlbom

The Brooklyn photographer shares a preview of her upcoming zine “Why Can't We Be Friends?”
Alice Newell-Hanson
9.15.17
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. The new issue of "TG" features creative community leaders from different generations, including Sue O’Sullivan of "Spare Ribs," Women Who founder Otegha Uwagba, Art Hoe Collective's Gabrielle Richardson...
Charlotte Gush
5.25.17
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.
i-D Staff
5.23.17
Culture

photographer indigo lewin talks zines, nudes, and sexual fantasy with her favorite female muse

Ahead of the launch of her latest zine, 'Softer Than Rain,' we asked Indigo’s favorite muse to turn the spotlight around and shine it on the artist.
i-D Staff
3.31.17
Culture

the japanese magazine celebrating creative collaborations

Featuring Juergen Teller and his son, "PARTNERS" is a touching tribute to the relationships that keep on giving.
Frankie Dunn
3.14.17
Music

the undocumented history of female drummers

Tom Tom is the magazine pushing female drummers to make more noise. This is their guide to the women in history who have inspired others to get behind the kit.
Francesca Dunn
3.10.17
Culture

the 10 most wild and wonderful zines of 2016

Including collages by Chloë Sevigny, a platform for female soccer fans, and pages and pages of cat photos.
André-Naquian Wheeler
12.20.16
Culture

photographer miriam marlene waldner conjures fantastical worlds of women

Fresh from the launch of her spine-tingling zine, "Hell(o)," the Berlin-based photographer talks weird dreams, white tights, and the problem with autobiographical work.
Tish Weinstock
11.30.16
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