Iron Maiden

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The first issue of the art-zine '''Iron Maiden''' was released in August 2002 in Hamburg, Germany.  
The first issue of the art-zine '''Iron Maiden''' was released in August 2002 in Hamburg, Germany.  
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The zine has been published by an artist collective including Tatiana Echerverri Fernandez, Tatjana Sarah Greiner, Ellen Gronemeyer ([[Ln]]), Dorota Jurczak, Henrike Ribbe and Kathrin Wolff.
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The zine has been published by an artist collective including Tatiana Echerverri Fernandez, Tatjana Sarah Greiner, Ellen Gronemeyer ([[Ln]]), Dorota Jurczak, Henrike Ribbe and Kathrin Wolff. The art-zine presented drawings, collages, comics and series of fotos.  
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The art-zine presented drawings, collages, comics and series of fotos.  
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This publication is included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].
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Related articel: "[[Ln]]" by Ellen Gronemeyer.
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See also: [[Ln]] by Ellen Gronemeyer.
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Iron Maiden #1  2002
Iron Maiden #1
2002

The first issue of the art-zine Iron Maiden was released in August 2002 in Hamburg, Germany.

The zine has been published by an artist collective including Tatiana Echerverri Fernandez, Tatjana Sarah Greiner, Ellen Gronemeyer (Ln), Dorota Jurczak, Henrike Ribbe and Kathrin Wolff. The art-zine presented drawings, collages, comics and series of fotos.

This publication is included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.

Related articel: "Ln" by Ellen Gronemeyer.

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