If you didn’t get a chance to pick up Xavier’s recent collaboration, you might be out of luck. They went like hotcakes at Common House and the Austin Zine Fest. A great collaboration and hard work paid off on this one. You can still see it here, but you’ll need to track down a copy to read this great work.
We’ve picked up some rad zines lately and wanted to share them with you. It’s always nice to see how everyone does their own thing with folded paper and imagery. Nice work on these inspiring releases.
In order of the slide show:
Vortex #4 by William Cardini
The Vegetarins by Rich Jacobs
We’re excited to announce another collaboration with good friend, X.C. Atkins. This zine packed full of great works all about wolves will be available at William Gaynor’s exhibition at Common House coming up this weekend and Austin Zine Fest at our table on November 2nd. Don’t miss this limited edition of some funny writings and great artwork, all hand picked by X.C. himself.
We sent a big, old crummy package full of a grip of our favorite zines from the past couple years.
If you’re over in Paris, go see if you can find ‘em!
Jessica and I will be traveling to San Francisco to visit and see some art in the next week or so. We’re hustling to get a new release done with good bud, X.C. Atkins. Be on the lookout for this book to be released at a Common House show next month.
More details to come.
We’re also super excited to announce a new collaboration that is beginning with artist, Max Kauffman. We’ll be working on this collaboration when we return for a mid-November release. Get ready!
The rad folks putting together the Austin Zine Fest did a little interview with us. Go over to their site to get the details on the fest and learn a little more about our process and purpose. Then get ready to come buy some zines from us in November. We’ve got some good ones in the kitchen right now!
We just stumbled upon an article from early July . Head over to The New York Times article “No Porn, Just Books and Zines“ to see the zine kiosk we wished existed when we rode the train to work.
Crummy House is proud to announce a collaboration with friend and rad creative, Klint Teston. We’ve been sitting on this work from Klint since earlier this year, but finally got around to putting this book together. A rad piece with clips from the local rag, BUSTED, features some characters who got a little unlucky here in Austin.
Check out a mini-zine we made with good guy, Alex Despain.
We’re gonna jump in real quick with a poster collaboration with Alex Despain. Get ready for this one!
We’ve known Alex for a bit now, excited to finally work on a project together!