Rural urban

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'''Rural urban'' (2006) is a collaborative [[zine]] by stencil artist [[Tom Civil]] and Ned Ridl. The [[zine]] is introduced as follows: "This was made at the shed at the end of 2006 by the evil brothers Tom & Ned. After a year of 6000kms apart we come together for our first zine collaboration."
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'''Rural urban''' (2006) is a collaborative [[zine]] by stencil artist [[Tom Civil]] and Ned Ridl. The [[zine]] is introduced as follows: "This was made at the shed at the end of 2006 by the evil brothers Tom & Ned. After a year of 6000kms apart we come together for our first zine collaboration."
'''Rural urban''' features a range of cut and paste photographs, drawings and text illustrating the rural/urban divide between Melbourne, Victoria where Tom Civil is based, and Turkey Creek, Western Australia, where Ned Ridl is based.  It also features two diagrams for modifying a guitar case and a briefcase for stencil/ graffiti and guerilla gardening.
'''Rural urban''' features a range of cut and paste photographs, drawings and text illustrating the rural/urban divide between Melbourne, Victoria where Tom Civil is based, and Turkey Creek, Western Australia, where Ned Ridl is based.  It also features two diagrams for modifying a guitar case and a briefcase for stencil/ graffiti and guerilla gardening.
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[www.breakdownpress.org Breakdown Press], which is run by Tom Civil and Lou Smith
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*[http://www.breakdownpress.org Breakdown Press], run by Tom Civil and Lou Smith
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:Art Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Western Australia Zines]]

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Rural urban (2006) is a collaborative zine by stencil artist Tom Civil and Ned Ridl. The zine is introduced as follows: "This was made at the shed at the end of 2006 by the evil brothers Tom & Ned. After a year of 6000kms apart we come together for our first zine collaboration."

Rural urban features a range of cut and paste photographs, drawings and text illustrating the rural/urban divide between Melbourne, Victoria where Tom Civil is based, and Turkey Creek, Western Australia, where Ned Ridl is based. It also features two diagrams for modifying a guitar case and a briefcase for stencil/ graffiti and guerilla gardening.

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