FARRELLY, Liz. Zines.
(London): Booth-Clibborn, 2001. First edition. Small quarto. Unpaginated. Zines are the maverick inhabitants of publishing’s Wild West, where the obsessional, the idiosyncratic and the wilfully obscure roam free across pages unbounded by the constraints of mainstream agendas. This book offers a highly-visual analysis of this phenomenon, assembled with expert fanaticism by the team of Pop theorists who created Highflyers and Scrawl. It showcases a huge, international range of contemporary zines, put into context by historical examples from the hoardings of die-hard collectors. Illustrated throughout. A very good copy, in very good, fold out poster, dust jacket.
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