Amor Foda

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'''Amor Foda''' is a tricky [[split zine]] craeted by Brazilian artist [[Cynthia Vasconcellos]] and Guto Lacaz in 1996.
'''Amor Foda''' is a tricky [[split zine]] craeted by Brazilian artist [[Cynthia Vasconcellos]] and Guto Lacaz in 1996.
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Both persons worke as artists and graphic designers in Sao Paulo, Bazil.
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Both persons work as artists and graphic designers in Sao Paulo, Bazil.
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This very experimental artzine is made of different collored paper. It is readable from both sides (Amor Foda / Amor Boco).
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This very experimental artzine is made of different collored paper. It is readable from both sides (Amor Foda / Amor Bocó). The text is predominantly in Portuguese language. Size is 16,8 x 22 cm and the topic is ''love''.
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The text is predominantly in Portuguese language. Size is 16,8 x 22 cm and the topic is ''love''.
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See also [[Amor Boco]].
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The zine is included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].
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See also [[Amor Bocó]].
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Amor Foda 1996
Amor Foda
1996

Amor Foda is a tricky split zine craeted by Brazilian artist Cynthia Vasconcellos and Guto Lacaz in 1996.

Both persons work as artists and graphic designers in Sao Paulo, Bazil.

This very experimental artzine is made of different collored paper. It is readable from both sides (Amor Foda / Amor Bocó). The text is predominantly in Portuguese language. Size is 16,8 x 22 cm and the topic is love.

The zine is included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.

See also Amor Bocó.


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