Tedd Anderson will bring his Dirty Consumer Enterprises to ZM3. Tedd writes:
Dirty Consumer Enterprises is a self-help agenda concerned with unrequited dreams, unheard last words, and light made into darkness. Zines, screenprints, stickers, pins, jewelry, tshirts, and empty boxes available for purchase.
ZM is super excited that minicomics maestro and King-Cat Comics creator John Porcellino made this year’s poster. Thank you, John!!
Registration for the next Zine Machine Printed Matter Festival on Nov. 4, 2017 is now OPEN! Just click on the ‘Reserve a Table’ link above & let the good times roll!
Registration for the next Zine Machine is opening soon!
Check out what our zinester pals are up to. Save the date and check out the awesomeness!
Zine Machine #2 was a blast! Thanks to everyone who participated, and everyone who dropped by to check out all the awesome stuff. Looking forward to #3!
Emily writes: Emily Eve Weinstein arrived in North Carolina in 1982, after traveling around the United States and Canada for three years painting the unwinding scenery. Currently Weinstein is working on a 25 year handmade book series which is an all consuming project…she will be 80 when it is complete.
In Durham she originated two businesses: Pet & People Portraiture and Murals-by-Many. Weinstein has exhibited widely and has four published art gift books. She takes part in the Orange County Artist Guild Open Studio tour and teaches plein air painting through the Art Center in Carrboro.
Life Drawing! accordian book will be introduced Saturday at Zine Fest in Durham…