France has a pretty productive scene.
It started in the late 70 with Elles sont de sortie (Richard and Doury).
L´Atelier in Paris was producing some pretty amazing silkscreen books and prints in the 80´s (Di Rosa, Caro, Charles Burns, Marc Beyer....).
Le Dernier Cri in Marseille are the reference. Pakito and Caroline produced over 150 books since the early 90´s.
UG (OCBo, Paris) did over 100 books too. Some very fancy pop-ups.
Pipifax in Switzerland did some very tight books (Wagenbreth, Atak, Anna Summer...).
Garpard (Arrache toi un oeil) just started to do a few very nice books. He posts sometimes here.
I recently saw a few productions in Stockholm and Berlin too.
By the way. Awesome work Jesjit-gill.
Some cool non-silkscreen graph´zine :
- Art´s factory
- Frederic Magarine
- Les éditions du 57
- Le muscle carabine & la montrueuse (Blanquet)
- Nazi knife
- Gestroco Club
- Zeke Bazaar
Last edited by 8ball; 01-28-2009 at 03:38 AM.
I've printed a new zine...
I just wanted to update this thread and say I've started a blog where I will document (and sell) my occasional efforts at publishing.....
I can't embed them, but there are also little video previews of some of the screenprinted books I've made.
Jesjit, shipping for Neighbourhood Sacrifice is 50 cents cheaper on my site. JUST WATCH THE ORDERS RUSH IN
These are incredible. Please excuse a dumb question from someone not in the know, but what are zines and their purpose?
I just finished this new one, It's made from trashpapers/trashfilms... fast and dirty. So, each book is a bit different.
(here is some pics of the process = Zine - process - a set on Flickr)
I made 80 copies. About 16 pages + cover. A lor of colors.
If anyone of you is intersted, I sell it 10€
Trades are welcome !