In today’s installment of ‘Meet this Zinester’ we meet the amazing artist/zinester, Mia Maxwell. She’s a talented 20-year-old gal from South London. Who is Mia Maxwell? I am an artist living in London, studying fashion styling and am the founder of FEM ZINE. I am a freelance creative director, fashion stylist and casting director, and … Continue reading Meet this Zinester: Mia Maxwell
1) The first tip that I believe is extremely important is to READ AS MANY ZINES AS POSSIBLE. Zines come in different shapes and sizes— they can be small, medium, or large. They can be one page or 500 pages. Therefore, reading as many zines as possible can help you decide the shape and size … Continue reading 5 Pieces of Advice For New Zinesters
In this first installment of ‘Meet this Zinester,’ we get nice and comfortable with Jamie Nyx— a 31 year old zinester from the United States, based in Australia— as we get to know her. Why did you end up moving to Australia? How I ended up in Australia is a long, sad story with a … Continue reading Meet this Zinester: Jamie Nyx
According to the YouTube video, “What Is A Zine?” by Nua Zines Submissions, “a zine is a small printed publication often made with fewer than about 500 copies of each issue.” Zines have been around for a very long time. They can be traced back to the 1930’s, when people wrote short sci-fi … Continue reading Zines in Classrooms: Good or Bad?
Recently, my friends and I started a zine called, Weirdo Brigade. What I have learned from spreading copies across New York is that not many people know what the term, “zine” means. The purpose of this blog post is to give y’all a basic definition of a zine. So without further ado, what the heck … Continue reading What’s A Zine?