Sunday, 29 July 2012

Sunday Zine Review #38: No Thoughts 08

Michael J DeMeo sent me a copy of the latest issue of No Thoughts, the photography zine he puts together with Alyssa Noches. It's not the first time I talk about No Thoughts on the Sunday Zine Review and I was really glad when I first had a quick look through the zine and saw some familiar names in it.

No Thoughts 08 features the work of 26 different photographers across 60 pages, including legendary names like Flo Fox or Ray Lego and some upcoming talent like Synchrodogs (on the cover), Aaron Feaver, Amanda Jasnowski and David Richardson.

Issue 08 of No Thoughts takes delight in those moments of everyday magic in life, compiling a collection of personal and intimate occasions of heightened significance for the photographers.

Another great selection of images curated by Michael and Alyssa, who have also recently started No Thoughts Magazine, an online platform where they're sharing the latest news related to photography, art and fashion. Definitely worth a look!

If you'd like to purchase No Thoughts 08 you can do it on their site for just $6.

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Saturday, 28 July 2012

Girls on Film 10

I released the new issue of Girls on Film around 3 weeks ago but had forgotten to talk about it here. I was interviewed on Dazed Digital about the zine and my work, you can read about it here.

If you want more info about this issue and how to purchase it, you can find it on Girls on Film's site.

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Sunday Zine Review #37: OWT Reprocess

(Re)process event from OWT creative on Vimeo.

Jon Hannan from OWT Creative sent me the last zine this Manchester based collective has produced.

I've talked about OWT Creative before. In fact, in that review, I mentioned that OWT Voyage was going to be the latest issue from the OWT series they have been producing over the last year.

OWT Reprocess has been commissioned by the Manchester School of Art and uses submissions from the OWT back catalogue to form a background layer of pre-existing themes, which are combined and reprocessed by new work.

The result is amazing and the process of building the zine is also really interesting. Using GF Smith Colorplan paper and six-colour Riso printing adds further variables to the combinations of works, creating completely different zines.

Have a look at the video above to see the process and discover why no two zines in the run of 150 are the same!

If you are interested in getting a copy of Reprocess, you can do it on OWT's online shop for only £5!

Thanks again to all the guys from OWT Creative for having some of my photos in the previous zines and for having sent me some copies to be reviewed here. I'm really looking forward to seeing what's next!

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Sunday, 15 July 2012

Sunday Zine Review #36: Mr. Spoqui #36

Amanda Baeza, one of the founders of Mr. Spoqui, sent me a copy of their latest issue this week.

Mr. Spoqui is probably one of the most original zines I've seen in a while. On the cover, the first thing you notice is the phrase "Family Zine" placed under the title. This publication is put together by 4 Chilean siblings who are currently living in Portugal (the zine is composed of English, Spanish and Portoguese texts)

Amanda (21), Milena (19), Blanca (16) and Tiago (13) create a new zine around a different topic every two months.

The theme for this issue is Ceramics. It's great to see how the 4 siblings work together, creating the articles, illustrations and even comics that take part of the zine.

This issue features interviews with several ceramic artists - including Giorgio Di Palma - texts related to this art discipline and a bunch of great photos and drawings.

Don't forget to follow Mr. Spoqui on Twitter and find out more about the zine on their site.

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Sunday, 8 July 2012

Sunday Zine Review #35: Getaway by Yoshiyuki Matsumura

When I started writing this review, I didn't know anything at all about Yoshiyuki Matsumura, the photographer of Geatway. Jakub (who recently posted some photos of the Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition in Glasgow that you should check!) showed me the zine and asked if I wanted to review it.

The first thing I liked was the format (A6), which is not really conventional in a photography zine and may not be the best size to display photos, but it works with the images featured in Getaway.

Having a look at the photo selection, I can't think of a better format for the zine. The images collected in Getaway look like a group of memories gathered from different places visited by the photographer.

Yoshiyuki has also produced other two zines following the same format, you can find more info about them on his site.

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Saturday, 7 July 2012

Halfway House

Took these photos back in April although I hadn't published them here yet.
Styling: Katherine Whyte
MUA: Debbie Slater using M.A.C. cosmetics
Models: Jamie Walker @ The Model Team/ MandP Models/2morrow Model Management, Omar Bhatia @ Colours Agency, Mary-Jane Scarlet O’Hara.

Published in: Vice Spain, Vice Style, Pánico, Contributor, Noctis, C-Heads and The Youthquake.

You can also see the photos on my new website: