Issue 3

November 2020

In this issue:

Noemi Comi attempts to free an old family photobook from material form in her project Metempsicosi Plastica.

Anna Lee explores our preoccupation with the selfie in art spaces.

Benedict Flett documents the current state of Belarus and, perhaps, the symbolic end of the USSR.

Kai Yokoyama captures the lives behind the loss of 7 year old Peter, killed in an IS attack at a church in Sri Lanka.

Alex Bex reminisces on his travels to Lagoussou, a small village on the Ivory Coast.

52 pages / A5 / perfect bound / £6

Limited print run of 100

Issue 2

August 2020

In this issue:

Aiden Lloyd photographs the national guard and protesters during the black lives matter movement in Hollywood.

Marouane Joubba virtually captures her hometown in Barcelona while quarantined abroad during COVID-19.


Auburn Reed tells her story of drug addiction through an old friend in Encinitas, California. 


James Pritchett explores visual identity and ownership through Supreme clothing in Soho, London.

Olivia De Chiara collects varied haircuts across New York City.

Reuben Ross tells the history of Amadou Bamba and Café Touba in Dakar, Senegal.



44 pages / A5 size / stapled / £5

Limited print run of 100


Issue 1
April 2020

This issue compiled street photography shot by Dusty Keeney in London and New York from 2018 to 2020. 


Each zine came with a limited edition 8 x 6" print (1/25), and it's very own hand stamped envelope.


32 pages / A5 size / stapled / £4

Limited print run of 105