New stuff and a screenprint coming up soon. Meanwhile here are some doodles:
Visor Berlin contains 41 works by 23 artists from Berlin. It is a follow-up to the Berlin Scrawling zine released in 2013. The name was changed to strip off the implication, that it is only about drawings. After all, the primary idea is to showcase a variety of styles and compile interesting artworks regardless of technique or materials used.
• Closed format is 8.3 × 11.7 inch (A4)
• 41 artworks on 48 pages
• Screenprinted cover on heavy cardboard
• Numbered edition of 100 (50 available online)
Beat Gipp, Björn, Brookesia Studio, FatimaDjamila, Hagiophobic, Industrias Doc, Julian Scherer, Laura Yahna, Lula Valletta, Mario Hamborg, Noise Armada, Oli Verboden, Philip Hölldobler, Roland Chiocchetti, Rubee, Sepsyz, Shaltmira, Shortriver, The Thundergoat, Tina Henschel, Untune, Werner Kernebeck, Yannis The Pilgrim
First row from left to right: Hagiophobic, Laura Yahna, Beat Gipp, Shaltmira, Lula Valletta, Noise Armada.
Second row from left to right: Mario Hamborg, Lula Valletta, Industrias Doc, Shortriver, Werner Kernebeck.
Cover: Philip Hölldobler
Originally meant to be a one-shot, Berlin Scrawling gets a 2nd issue and I am looking for people who want to contribute. Illustrations, photos, comics, sculptures, doodles, graphic design stuff, tattoo flashes, digital collages, everything goes as long as it kicks butt and is printable in some way.
Berlin Scrawling is a DIY art zine that wants to provide a stage for creative dweebs from Berlin. Doesn’t matter if you’re mostly doodling for yourself or if you’re an experienced designer or whatever.
Conditions & contribution specs:
Just like the zine’s title implies this project is about artwork from Berlin. So only contributions from people that are actually living in Berlin can be accepted. Other than that there is no framework or topic for this zine. Go nuts.
• Content will be printed in greyscale
• Page format is A4 portrait plus 5 mm bleed (22 × 30,7 cm)
• Artwork in at least 300 ppi resolution on page format (you can scan up to A3 at my place)
• Every artwork gets a full page
• Two pages per person (well, at least that’s the average per person goal)
• Every contributor gets a copy of the zine
• No logos or signatures on artwork (there is a credits list)
Your artwork won’t be used for anything other than the zine print. I will make some preview photos of the finished zine to show online, but these photos won’t allow the re-use of the shown artworks (see the photos of the first issue here). If you don’t want your submissions to be used for these preview photos, just tell me and it won’t happen.
If you don’t know what I’m talking here about resoltion, bleed and crap or have any other question just drop me a line and I’ll explain further.
I’d love to have two or more pages full of crazy old school comic book ads. If you don’t want to contribute full page artwork then maybe this is for you (but of course other contributers can make whacky ads as well). This is not about formal style but about whacky and/or stupid ideas. Unfortunately I can’t offer you anything for this other than whacky fame and your name on a seperate credits-list.
Please note that this is not about actual advertisements! Ads that are actual commercial promotion won’t be printed – no matter how cool the idea may be.
is October the 16th, 2015. Don’t wait for too long.
If you want to contribute to the zine or have any questions, send me a message (the sooner the better) and I’ll get back to you asap. Please include a link if you have artwork online.