AxP 2014 Winners Announced!

Once again the artistic women of the world have shown their dominance by continuing to create and embarrassingly show-up their male counterparts by producing such a kick-ass collection of work that I’m amazed any men still make zines. Although according to this contest, maybe they don’t anymore… Men? Are you still making zines? Only one zine … Continue reading

Encuentro © Sarah (Slim) Lopez

AxP 2014 Entry: Encuentro by Slim Lopez

Sarah (Slim) Lopez graduated from Parsons and Eugene Lang College at the New School. She studied Illustration and Social & Historical Inquiry, and uses a social justice lens when approaching her work. A lot of Slim’s work is inspired by the old, weird and forgotten. Slim’s entry into the Art Exchange Program arrived just under … Continue reading


AxP 2014 is now over…

  Hopefully you got your submission in the mail by the 1st of December, because this years grant is now closed. If it’s been postmarked and just taking it’s time to arrive to me you will still be included, if not… please submit again next year! The results will be announced by the first week of … Continue reading


AxP 2014 almost over! Get your zine postmarked by 12.01.14

I’ve recently discovered that my AxP posts haven’t been cross-posting over to, if you follow the AxP site and/or my facebook page you probably already know about this year’s entries, but in case you haven’t here’s a link to all of them: Have a look… and get your zine in the mail soon, entries … Continue reading


Book Bags/Tote Bags? I Prefer Plastic, But…

Printed using only the finest environmentally safe inks these tote bags tell the world that while you love the earth and plan on making the place nicer by being on it and being friendly to our home, you don’t have a huge stick up your butt and can make a joke and save the planet … Continue reading


Broken Pencil Excerpts Section

Broken Pencil, Canada’s own Magazine of zine culture and the independent arts, just published an excerpt of Hey, John Boy! in their 63rd Issue, on stands now. My favorite part of being in this issue is that my excerpt is one page from Dave Caves’s excerpt from his zine titled: “How Many Pictures of Dicks … Continue reading

Cockroach Sushi Cards (Household Pest Cuisine Vol. 1)

Cockroach Sushi

I had an idea a few weeks ago for Cockroach Sushi T-Shirts, but until I finish setting up my silkscreening area, I decided to make the idea into greeting cards. They come shrink-wrapped for freshness inside a box and include the 10 blank inside cards, with 10 matching envelopes.This will be the first in a series … Continue reading


Abbey Road Relics at Stray Vintage!

Not only are the Relics – Volume One: Abbey Road now available in a limited run on this website, but they are also for sale at Stay Vintage in Sunnyside, Queens. Stray Vintage is a second-hand shop located in Sunnyside, Queens that specializes in Mid-Century Furniture, Wares, Salvaged Goods, Vintage Jewelry, used vinyl, and work by … Continue reading

Relics Featured Image

Abbey Road Relics

  LIMITED EDITION First run is only available at the Brooklyn Zine Fest April 26th and 27th. Visit for more details. Whatever doesn’t sell at the Brooklyn Zine Fest will be made available here. There might be a possibility of a second run, if so they will also be for sale on this website. Whenever I visit … Continue reading


Art Exchange Program Grant v2/2013 Winners.

V2/2013 WINNERS _____________________________ FIRST PLACE WINNERS -click on their names for more information –  OLD-TIMER: The Art Exchange Program’s Printer Hero Award – v2/2013 Heather Wreckage “Dreams of Donuts #15 and #16” $150.00 USD 100 copies of one of their zines The Printer Hero Badge from Nerd Merit Badges The last 10 issues of my zine … Continue reading


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