Joseph Rodriguez, Spanish Harlem, 1987.
I still have a couple of copies left of my We’re Fucked zine which you can purchase online here.
I haven’t self published my own work like this for a few years, it’s always been published by other people and companies I have worked with so I would love to get these out there and get them circulating, buy one and tell your friends, if they can’t afford one lend them yours.
80 gsm recycled paper with gold paper cover, 38 pages of content, cut and stapled by hand.
Gold edition limited to 15 copies, silver edition to follow once all gold sold.
Full of stuff that only I would be stupid enough to include within a publication, hope you enjoy it if you’re nice enough to purchase.
Grimy new NYC skate rat zine ‘Mean Streets’ by Marco Hernandez coming soon.
If you haven’t already be sure to check the interview I posted with Marco back in July.
DOOMED GALLERY POLAROID SHOW - THIS WEEKEND.
Friday 12th 6pm -9pm / Saturday 4pm-8pm / Sunday 2p.m. 6p.m
Talks: Friday 12th 7.30pm - 8.30pm
DOOMED GALLERY 65/67 Ridley Road,Hackney,LONDON
DOOMED ZINE Part 1
Submit now, spread the word x
Be sure to visit this year’s London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery, Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 of September.
LCBA will be running a series of workshops during the fair. Find out more about the workshops and booking details by following the links below.
Friday 26 September
3 – 5pm
Workshop: London Centre for Book Arts
In this session, learn basic bookbinding techniques to create two different types of books- the pamphlet and Japanese stab-bound book – using reappropriated or specifically designed pages.
Sunday 28 September
Family Workshop: London Centre for Book Arts
In this session, children learn simple bookbinding techniques to create their own pamphlet book and simple pop-up book. There will be a demonstration of letterpress printing and a chance for everyone to print both images and texts.
THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB SOLO SERIES
"Well, It’s all over now" by Michael Jang
18/9/14 6.30 till 10pm - Doomed Gallery, London
We are super excited to announce the first in the series of TPC solo exhibitions. We start of with an all time favorite of ours, Mr Michael Jang from San Francisco. -
Michael Jang’s is a unique story. For the last forty years, he has earned a living as a portrait photographer, capturing iconic figures such as Jimi Hendrix, Ronald Reagan, and Robin Williams, among others. However, this unassuming Asian-American photographer has also been simultaneously infiltrating and documenting a number of groups and subcultures from all strata of society: from celebrity parties in Beverly Hills to the youth of Castro’s Cuba, from South City gangs to Old West rodeos, and from the punk rock scene of the late 70s to the teenage garage bands of early 2000s San Francisco. His images are allegories of particular points in time, characterized by their candid honesty, decisiveness, and vivacity. SFMoMA has recently acquired a number of his early prints and has exhibited them alongside contemporaries such as Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, and Lee Friedlander.
This exhibition will feature 20 photographs, curated by Michael and the photocopy club. They have been printed as A1 sized black and white xerox prints by Michael and are signed, dated and in edition of 1 solo series print. They will also be an exhibition zine published by The photocopy club that will be released on the night. All works will be for sale.
You can see why we love Michael so much here: http://www.michaeljang.com/index.html
DIY OR DIE - The Photocopy club
Please spread the word and come to the show x