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[[Image:Psaguer-manhattan1.jpg|200px|thumb|right|'''Manhattan'''<br/>Cover with a Afro American flag by David Hammons]]
 
[[Image:Psaguer-manhattan1.jpg|200px|thumb|right|'''Manhattan'''<br/>Cover with a Afro American flag by David Hammons]]
  
'''Manhattan''' is the first mini photozine (or [[travelzine]] from [[Pere Saguer]], and the first published by [[Bad Weather Press]] horizontal. Since this publication, on 2012, there has been other two horizontal photozines: [[2am 6pm]] by Irene Serrano and [[Pilgrimage]] from Ekaterina Solovieva.
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'''Manhattan''' is the first mini photozine (or [[travelzine]] from [[Pere Saguer]], and the first published by [[Bad Weather Press]] horizontal.  
  
 
The photozine cover is a photoshoot of David Hammons (born 1943) Afro American flag, an American artist especially known for his works in and around New York City during the 1970s and 1980s, yet whose innovative work is continuously evolving. The minizine has 24 pages, printed in colour on a light grey paper. All photos where taken with a iPhone 4.
 
The photozine cover is a photoshoot of David Hammons (born 1943) Afro American flag, an American artist especially known for his works in and around New York City during the 1970s and 1980s, yet whose innovative work is continuously evolving. The minizine has 24 pages, printed in colour on a light grey paper. All photos where taken with a iPhone 4.
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Since this publication, on 2012, there has been other two horizontal photozines: [[2am 6pm]] by Irene Serrano and [[Pilgrimage]] from Ekaterina Solovieva.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 13 March 2014

Manhattan
Cover with a Afro American flag by David Hammons

Manhattan is the first mini photozine (or travelzine from Pere Saguer, and the first published by Bad Weather Press horizontal.

The photozine cover is a photoshoot of David Hammons (born 1943) Afro American flag, an American artist especially known for his works in and around New York City during the 1970s and 1980s, yet whose innovative work is continuously evolving. The minizine has 24 pages, printed in colour on a light grey paper. All photos where taken with a iPhone 4.

Since this publication, on 2012, there has been other two horizontal photozines: 2am 6pm by Irene Serrano and Pilgrimage from Ekaterina Solovieva.

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