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breakdownpress:

Treasure Island 2, the latest comic from the great Connor Willumsen, will be released at TCAF in Toronto this Saturday 10th May. Connor will be in attendance at the Breakdown Press table in the Wowee Zonk area, so come say hi!

If you’re not able to make it to TCAF, Treasure Island 2 is available to pre-order now from our web store. Pre-orders will ship on May 13th and the book will be in all good comic and art book stores shortly after the festival.

The last few copies of Treasure Island 1 will be available at TCAF too, but worry not: a second print will be available very soon.

Loch Ness (2013) by Jamie Stoker. 6.25” x 8.75” 28 pp. Blue on White.

SUPR NATR (2013) by Llew Mejia. 5.5”x8”, 12 2 colored pages. 

This is a limited run of Risograph printed zines by Llew Mejia.

The SUPR NATR zine is volume one of a series of small encyclopedias that will be exploring the occult and natural worlds through a visual lens.

Each one is signed and numbered out of an edition of 50.

(Source: llewmejia.com)

quicktoquaver:

Meet my Pry on Murmurs III Zine! Born January 29, 2014, 9 oz, 4.25 x 5.5 inches and 32 pages. “Baby” and I are both doing good, trying to catch some Z’s. 


(via mrskittyface)

jilliantamaki:

It’s a very snowy day in much of the USA; I thought I’d share some snaps of our very summery story with you. Bathing suits! Jumping in the lake! Bonfires on the beach!

This One Summer goes on sale in May. We’ll be launching it in Toronto at TCAF. I’ve posted a very rough schedule of events here.


(via oddmoments)

monicatramos:

Sad Girls Issue 3 is here.
These a couple of my contributions.
[Cover by Dasha Tolstikova]

Pavil (2003) by Os Gemeos. 64 pp, Edition of 1000, published by RVCA/The Luggage Store.  

Two Lines Align (2008) by Ed Fella/Geoff McFetridge. 240 pp 6.8” x 9.75”, Published by The California Institute of the Arts/REDCAT.

Daily Panels (2013) by Kozy Kitchens. 8.5”x5.5” 32 photocopied pages, with hand screened cover, signed by the artist, and in an edition of 100. Sells for $13. Not for Children. 

Description:

Despite working professionally as artists for over a decade, kozyndan have NEVER made a zine, until now!

The obviously titled zine collects Kozy’s “daily panel” doodles done on a post-it notes whenever some idea or event seemed like it needed to be documented. Its a rare, very unfiltered and uncensored look into the mind of the better half of kozyndan. Musings on cats, drugs, productivity in the internet age, and statements directed at her(perhaps in jest, perhaps not - who is to say!?) by her long time partner, Dan. The panels are absurd, baudy, and true.

Chris Ballantyne (2006) Published by Peres Projects, Essay by Tara McDonnell.