Just in time for the weekend:
Born to Lurk Forced to Work - new photographs by Alana Paterson, the west coast of Canada’s best kept secret… until now.
This zine features 32 blistering pages of pure skate thrashery, taken this summer along side some of your favorite pros. This is not one to miss.
Printed B&W with a color centerfold, available here.
The Ethiopian wolf (Canis simensis), also known as the Abyssinian wolf, Abyssinian fox, red jackal, Simien fox, or Simien jackal, is a canid native to Africa.
Nikita Gale, “I Almost Loved You” (2012), acrylic paint on cinder block wall
Mural created for the Living Walls street art conference exhibition in Atlanta, Georgia. This year, Living Walls invited only female street artists, making it the world’s first all-female street art conference.
I love that POC Zine Project is spotlighting their tour members/participants. CLITFEST New Brunswick did this as well and I think it’s a super effective way to get people excited about the event(s) and inform them about what to expect.
Doesn’t hurt that they are the 2 most anticipated events of 2012 for me, either!
Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American Artist and Writer. Blending her political principles, sexual identity, and social inadequacies- Road lives to testify the beauty of the imperfect. Her endeavors in illustrating and publishing began when writing a punk rock zine, Greenzine, for ten…