Sold on a website that sells handpicked zines, this is a series called “Answers on a Postcard ” by “Girl Industries”. The series uses a simple black and white photocopy printed on coloured paper for variation. This shows that zines do not have to have a high quality and that it is made from interest and passion of the topic.
I’m worried that the zine I’m going to created will look unprofessional and ugly but I have learnt with the zine culture, it’s about the designers interest for the subject to share with the world.
Shape & Situate: Posters Of Inspirational European Women. Issue 3 (2012)
This zine appears to be completely handmade with handmade type where the designer has chosen to handwrite the text rather than using existing fonts. Content on the pages appears to be positioned around the image and that there are no colours used apart from the front page where is it printed on colour paper. The front page f the zine look like it has been handrawn using biro pens created a screen printed appearance.
Very simplistic in that it look amateur – the piece looks like the text has been printed off the computer with italic Arial Black font and then the image is drawn in the centre. But zines make unpolished booklets/ magazines acceptable because it is a personal response to a topic.
I think this is a fold out zine but it follows the style of 1970/ 1980’s zines where there was a high use of photocopiers, cutting and sticking colleges. The images are positioned at the top of the page to draw attention whilst there is handwritten text to accompany the images.