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'''Hungry zine''' (April 2006-) is a collaborative arts, illustration and comic [[zine]] published in Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
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'''Hungry zine''' (April 2006-) is a collaborative arts, illustration and contributors chooses a topic to visually explore.
  
 
Contributors to '''Hungry zine''' include: Kate Chmiel, Andrew Isaac, Anette Phillips, Sarah Strickland, Daniel Atkinson, Andrew Evans, Caroline Stirling, and Peter Forbes.
 
Contributors to '''Hungry zine''' include: Kate Chmiel, Andrew Isaac, Anette Phillips, Sarah Strickland, Daniel Atkinson, Andrew Evans, Caroline Stirling, and Peter Forbes.

Revision as of 22:57, 20 November 2007

Hungry zine (April 2006-) is a collaborative arts, illustration and contributors chooses a topic to visually explore.

Contributors to Hungry zine include: Kate Chmiel, Andrew Isaac, Anette Phillips, Sarah Strickland, Daniel Atkinson, Andrew Evans, Caroline Stirling, and Peter Forbes.

Contact:hungryzine@gmail.com

Issues

  • No. 1 (April 2006): Theme 'elements'. Edition 250; black and white, and colour photocopied; bound in cardboard with a stiched binding, with a button and twine wraparound. This issue also features the first installment of the comic A tale regarding Mathhew and Yggdrasill the world tree.
  • No. 2 (July 2006): Theme 'memory'. Edition 250; black and white, and colour photocopied; bound in cardboard and a colour printed transparency, with a stiched binding, and an 'I'm hungry' badge. This issue also features the second installment of the comic A tale regarding Mathhew and Yggdrasill the world tree.
  • No. 3 (October 2006): Theme 'space'. Edition 300; black and white, and colour photocopied; bound in cardboard and a colour printed poster, with a stiched binding. This issue also features the fourth installment of the comic A tale regarding Mathhew and Yggdrasill the world tree.
  • No. 4 (February 2007): Theme 'yin and yang'. Edition 300; black and white, and colour photocopied; bound in cardboard, with a stiched binding. This issue also features the fourth installment of the comic A tale regarding Mathhew and Yggdrasill the world tree.

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