Modernizm is my own personal zine dedicated to art. On this blog you will also find posts about other zines as well as zine related articles. Please enjoy. If you have comments or questions, email me (Stacy) at modernizmzine@yahoo.com.
Permalink via ofclem 1 note
[PHOTO]
ofclem:

Visit the Hirsch Library at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, to experience the history of a local artists collective firsthand.
The members of Houston’s own Sketch Klubb have been meeting every other Saturday morning since 2005 to draw, gathering the results from each session and publishing them as small-run zines.
The near decade of work compiled in these zines is irreverent, funny, confrontational, oftentimes bizarre, and very much in keeping with the history of American underground presses and comix. Select titles from the near complete run at the Hirsch include Cthulhu Pentagram, Slacker Wizard, Ritual Order of the Rainbow for Girls, and Bunch of Idiots. As stated by the group on their website, “Sketch Klubb began in 2005 as a way for us to get together, unfettered by families, jobs, or responsibilities and make drawings in a supportive and unrestrained environment. Anything goes.”
The Hirsch’s collection of Sketch Klubb publications is available to the public for view at any time during regular Library hours.
Contact hirsch@mfah.org or visit mfah.org/hirsch for more details.
The MFAH Hirsch Library is generously endowed through the Estates of Winifred and Maurice Hirsch.
The library also receives generous funding from Mr. William J. Hill.

ofclem:

Visit the Hirsch Library at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, to experience the history of a local artists collective firsthand.

The members of Houston’s own Sketch Klubb have been meeting every other Saturday morning since 2005 to draw, gathering the results from each session and publishing them as small-run zines.

The near decade of work compiled in these zines is irreverent, funny, confrontational, oftentimes bizarre, and very much in keeping with the history of American underground presses and comix. Select titles from the near complete run at the Hirsch include Cthulhu Pentagram, Slacker Wizard, Ritual Order of the Rainbow for Girls, and Bunch of Idiots. As stated by the group on their website, “Sketch Klubb began in 2005 as a way for us to get together, unfettered by families, jobs, or responsibilities and make drawings in a supportive and unrestrained environment. Anything goes.”

The Hirsch’s collection of Sketch Klubb publications is available to the public for view at any time during regular Library hours.

Contact hirsch@mfah.org or visit mfah.org/hirsch for more details.

The MFAH Hirsch Library is generously endowed through the Estates of Winifred and Maurice Hirsch.

The library also receives generous funding from Mr. William J. Hill.

[PHOTO]
Permalink via eatzinesdaily 2 notes
[PHOTO]
eatzinesdaily:

(via EVENT/ Amsterdam Zine Jam 2014/ 4th of October 2014 « ReKult.org)
Permalink via fanzines 26 notes
[PHOTO]
fanzines:

Another zine-related page called Expozine - this time from Fortaleza in Brazil. Pages description (via Google Translate) reads: “Itinerant library Fanzines. Exhibition, workshops and collective creation of fanzines.” Sounds awesome

fanzines:

Another zine-related page called Expozine - this time from Fortaleza in Brazil. Pages description (via Google Translate) reads: “Itinerant library Fanzines. Exhibition, workshops and collective creation of fanzines.” Sounds awesome

Permalink via opuspress via lmacnoice 25 notes
[VIDEO]

lmacnoice:

opuspress:

New Art Periodical!

—————

This is the first issue of my independently produced, distributed, and published art periodical Opus Special. Through my press, Opus, I will be producing an issue on a quarterly basis (look out for Opus Special II in October!) and will invited various artists, makers, and scholars to contribute. Each issue will feature articles and art reproductions, as well as interviews and musings about contemporary and not-so-contemporary art and artists. Additionally I will commission an artist every month to fill the centerfold “Free Space” with whatever they want, as well as invite an artist to contribute an art object/takeaway for each issue.

 This issue features photographs by Alex “Bobby Alexander” Peterson, Wesley Larios, and myself. There is an interview with Glasgow-based artist Lauren Davis, illustrations from Amanda MacKenzie-Noice and Henry Erlenbaugh, who contributed this issue’s Free Space, both are Portland artists. The object for this issue is a commemorative screen-print poster, of either the statue on the cover or Edinburgh Castle, both photographs by myself.

—————

$5.00 USD

**Check out some of the contributors below:

laurendoesresearch, amandamacnoice, freakystylings

It’s all ready! Hit me up if you want a copy !

Wow…looks so awesome!