Sunday, 17 February 2013

Sunday Zine Review #69: Macho Picchu #01

What I like the most about reviewing zines is when I have the chance to write about the very first issue of a new publication. It's really exciting to see that the zine scene keeps on growing everywhere around the world and that some really interesting projects are being published.

Today's zine comes from Vilnius, Lithuania. Mačo pikču (Macho Picchu) is a a zine and also an independent publisher specialising in collaborative printed media projects published in small editions. 

Issue 01 explores "machoism", interpreted by 12 local and international artists. From illustrations and collage to essays and photography, it's interesting to see how all these artist share their very different visions about this topic.

The first issue of Macho Picchu is 40 pages long, in A5 format, and part of a limited edition of 50 copies. If you're interesting in finding out more about the zine, you can do it on its website or Facebook Page.

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