fake sheet music attempt 1
to be discussed at the zines & self-pub meet at the star of kings in london tomorrow

fake sheet music attempt 1

to be discussed at the zines & self-pub meet at the star of kings in london tomorrow

text-mode:

The world’s longest ANSI by Blocktronics, 2014. 4,636 lines of text - equivalent to a 7-storey building and takes 12 minutes to watch.

Works by ungennant, mattmatthew, the creep fever, filth, radman, ant, cyonx, delicios, misfit, reset survivor, trip, argon ironghost, smoke, avenging angel, enzo, mypal goo, oder, zeusII, big yellow man, otium, maze, irokos and bw.

another poem about work

another poem about work

zine meet Tuesday!

hello,

I am hosting this meet for zine orientated types to exchange ideas next Tuesday, please do come along…

Date: Tuesday 12th August
Time: 7pm-9pm
Venue: The Star of Kings pub, 126 York Way, London N1 0AX. I have reserved the whole of the upstairs room - there is a staircase to the left just as you enter the pub. If you can’t find it, just ask the friendly bar staff. You are very welcome to bring food and drinks from the bar downstairs up to our meeting room.
What happens: Please bring along copies of something you are working on - a page or two of writing, collage, art or whatever it is you do. Pass them around and we’ll have a positive chat about where you could take your work. If you’d rather not bring anything and just want to help other people with their work, that’s cool too. Any questions, feel free to get in touch.
You can also read our collaborative zine by clicking the picture below…

Tags: zines

thankyou to erkembode and s j fowler for sending me a zine of poetry fragments and photocopies of photocopies of photocopied images, all hand sewn together very neatly with orange thread.

(it isn’t really that colour, the curtains in my room are yellow and I couldn’t be bothered to open them to take a picture)

the zines are free, I’m not sure if they have any more, maybe you should tweet one of them and ask…

Tags: zines poetry

Our first collaborative zine! + meet up tues 12th august‏

I am super excited to announce that the online version of the 1st collaborative zine by the London Zines and Self-Publishing Group is now available.
the theme of the zine is biology - animal, plant or human - and many different texts on the theme were defaced and reassembled in the name of exploring our attitudes towards the systems and processes that keep us & our planet alive.
all of the content for the zine was created in two hours by Ruth, Tim, Francesca, Chris, Bruno, Lucy and myself. It was an evening I will never forget - I have written a little about the process here.
I am hoping to run a similar event in October, and your suggestions of themes and processes we could work with are very much appreciated.
in the meantime, there will be another work in progress meeting Tuesday week, details below:
Date: Tuesday 12th August
Time: 7pm-9pm
Venue: The Star of Kings pub, 126 York Way, London N1 0AX. I have reserved the whole of the upstairs room - there is a staircase to the left just as you enter the pub. If you can’t find it, just ask the friendly bar staff. You are very welcome to bring food and drinks from the bar downstairs up to our meeting room.
What happens: Please bring along copies of something you are working on - a page or two of writing, collage, art or whatever it is you do. Pass them around and we’ll have a positive chat about where you could take your work. If you’d rather not bring anything and just want to help other people with their work, that’s cool too. Any questions, feel free to get in touch.
so, in conclusion, go have a look at the zine and RSVP to the next meet if you’ve not already, it will no doubt be a pleasure to see you.
writing-system:

2013 ATP MastersThe Asemic Follow-upBastien Conus2013
Source

writing-system:

2013 ATP Masters
The Asemic Follow-up
Bastien Conus
2013

Source

likeafieldmouse:

Heinrich-Siegfried Bormann - Visual Analysis of a Piece of Music from a Color-theory Class with Wassily Kandinsky (1930)

likeafieldmouse:

Heinrich-Siegfried Bormann - Visual Analysis of a Piece of Music from a Color-theory Class with Wassily Kandinsky (1930)

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londonbookarts:

Copeland Book Market is this weekend at Bold Tendencies in Peckham.

londonbookarts:

Copeland Book Market is this weekend at Bold Tendencies in Peckham.