Some photographs are more important than others. Preserved memories of people you love and friends you have lost, places that shaped your understanding of the world and events that had a significant impact on your life. romka magazine is devoted to this one print that you keep in your wallet, on the desk at work or on your fridge door. Pictures of great sentimental value that gain their quality through the personal experiences they are connected to and not through form or content. It is not about your best pictures, but about your personal favorites.
line – a journal interviews founder of self publish, be happy – bruno ceshel. he talks about founding the event, how it growed, the rediscovering of print media, the future of self-publishing and next plans for sp/bh.
we recently designed a small zine about self publishing culture and its history. we produced it (nearly) completely analogue by resizing the images on a copier, cutting and arranging texts and images manually on sheets of paper and even went through the imposition the analogue way!
design agency die krieger des lichts from nuremberg (germany) irregularly publishes an own zine with multifarious work from their network, since 2007. it contains design, art, culture and communiction from different perspectives. it is made by and for interested and open minded people, for a creative exchange, for inspiration and sharing.
the result of our latest workshop event, the zinefactory #3 in cologne-ehrenfeld is now available in our shop! have a look at some nice previews — the zine contains a few interviews and photography from cologne (köln) – ehrendeld, a creative quarter with an emerging fashion scene!
stereoplastika is member of zinelab and is also running his own publishing house, trineo editions. he’s from madrid / spain, graphic designer and illustrator and this zine is a nice collection of some of his excellent recognizable geometric drawings. have a look at the video review and don’t forget to grab your copy via
no.zine is an independent arts zine, released in series and featuring a variety of young artists, designers, writers, photographers and illustrators. each issue is conceptually centred around it’s issue number.
curation, illustration, design and art-direction by patrick fry with the help of many great contributors.
we really appreciate this project!