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Behind the zines : self-publishing culture

Author: Robert Klanten; Adeline Mollard; Matthias Hübner; Sonja Commentz
Publisher: Berlin : Die Gestalten Verlag, ©2011.
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"Introduces a cutting-edge selection of international zines and examines their role as a catalyst in the evolution of media and graphic design today. The book presents the broad range of existing zines that combine thought-provoking content with compelling design: from project-oriented portfolios and (pseudo) scientific treatises to playrooms where creatives can run riot and publications in which the printing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Klanten; Adeline Mollard; Matthias Hübner; Sonja Commentz
ISBN: 9783899553369 3899553365
OCLC Number: 694829471
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 239 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Responsibility: [edited by Robert Klanten, Adeline Mollard, Matthias Hübner ; preface, interviews, and extended project descriptions by Sonja Commentz].

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"Introduces a cutting-edge selection of international zines and examines their role as a catalyst in the evolution of media and graphic design today. The book presents the broad range of existing zines that combine thought-provoking content with compelling design: from project-oriented portfolios and (pseudo) scientific treatises to playrooms where creatives can run riot and publications in which the printing process significantly influences aesthetics. It not only describes the key factors that distinguish various zines, but--through interviews with people involved in their production and distribution--also sheds light on various strategies for this evolving media form."--Publisher's website.

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