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Mannerist is a limited edition music, art and skate zine featuring album reviews, concert write-ups, skateboarding photos, artwork, interviews, and other creative content. While many genres of music are covered, the material tends to detail indie rock, punk rock, and no wave/experimental music. Many well-known artists have written for Mannerist, and the editorial team consists of various fine artists and rockers.

The publication itself measures 21.59cm x 13.97cm (8.5in x 5.5in) and is printed in black & white. Hand numbered. Available in the United States.

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