Monday, 22 February 2010

Mike Perry

Contribution to Library:
A Stack of Paper
The Patterns Found in Space
The Universe is a Little Too Big
Holiday Zine (2009)
Holiday Zine (2008)
The Landscape Between Time and Space
Untitled #2 (The Swimsuit Edition)
Untitled #3
Untitled #4 (The Art Book) Curated by Anna Wolf
RRR.001 by Various
Boing #3 featuring Mike Perry and others

Mike Perry works in Brooklyn, NY. Making books, magazines, newspapers, clothing, drawings, paintings, illustrations and teaching whenever possible.

Jeffrey Brown

Process (How I make my comics)
Incredible Change-bots (Official fan club mini-comic)

Jeffrey Brown is an award winning comic book artist form Illinois. A large amount of his output is auto-biographical. He has drawn a dozen books for publishers including TopShelf, Fantagraphics, Drawn & Quarterly, McSweeney's and Chronicle Books as well as self publishing his own mini-comics. He has also directed an animated video for the band Death Cab For Cutie.

Debbie Greenway

A Zine from the imagination of Ladysnail.

Debbie is an experienced printmaker that utilises her everyday sketches; then develop's them into limited editon prints - on fabric, paper or ceramics.

The Post Family

Contribution to Library:
Sharing is Caring
The Incredible Journey That is Life by Alex Fuller and Gabe Usadel
Hopeopotomus by Ina Weise

The Post Family are an Art and Design collective from Chicago. They produce creative work together and publish a design orientated blog.

Malcy Duff

Contribution to Library:
A 52 Second Silence for Topsy
The Blackest Gnome
The Heroic Mosh of Mary's Son

Malcy Duff is graphic artist from Edinburgh.

Craig John Barr and various

Flesh World #1

Craig John Barr and Various 2009

Craig John Barr is a Illustrator residing in Manchester, England.

Matthew Walkerdine

Contribution to Library:

Matthew is a designer from the North West of England.

Philip Marsden

Contribution to Library:
True Stories by P.M.
Untitled, Noteworthy
Clam and Elgear etc. #1 & #2
Chandlers Quay
Aesop's Fables
The Princess with many Shoes.

Phillip Marsden is an artist and illustrator currently based in Liverpool, UK.He creates comic books and limited edition artist's books and prints. Phillip has exhibited nationally, illustrated a children's book and worked as an art and English teacher in South Korea. He also designed and made this website.

Monday, 15 February 2010

Salford Zine Library needs you!

Salford Zine Library is a new venture which aims to create a Library of self published work from around the world. The library is based at Islington Mill home to over 50 artist studios.

Please send contributions to:
48 Landos Court
Gunson St
M40 7WT