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'''Penny Sentinel''' was a perzine by Australian zinester [[Emma Davidson]].
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'''Penny Sentinel''' was a [[perzine]] by Australian zinester [[Emma Davidson]].
  
*Issue #1 (2005) contained writing about moving house, Dada, political art, religion and record collections (and collectors), as well as a comic called 'Black Dog' and numerous collages, line drawings and textual detournements of a whimsical and melancholy quality.
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*Issue #1 (2005) contained writing about moving house, Dada, political art, religion and record collections (and collectors), as well as a comic called 'Black Dog' and numerous collages, line drawings and textual detournements of a whimsical and melancholy nature.
  
 
*Issue #2 (2005) was a limited edition art zine comprised of pages from 1970s childrens' books and jigsaw puzzle pieces. It was made as part of the [[Post No Bills]] project, and available only to participants in that project.
 
*Issue #2 (2005) was a limited edition art zine comprised of pages from 1970s childrens' books and jigsaw puzzle pieces. It was made as part of the [[Post No Bills]] project, and available only to participants in that project.

Revision as of 01:59, 15 September 2010

Penny Sentinel #1


Penny Sentinel was a perzine by Australian zinester Emma Davidson.

  • Issue #1 (2005) contained writing about moving house, Dada, political art, religion and record collections (and collectors), as well as a comic called 'Black Dog' and numerous collages, line drawings and textual detournements of a whimsical and melancholy nature.
  • Issue #2 (2005) was a limited edition art zine comprised of pages from 1970s childrens' books and jigsaw puzzle pieces. It was made as part of the Post No Bills project, and available only to participants in that project.
  • Issue #3 (2006) consisted of a single A3 page, featuring the next instalment of the 'Black Dog' comic on one side and personal writing on the other.

Penny Sentinel is now defunct.