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Rather than any accepted idea of what a zine might be, this seems to be original art work, housed in a specially created folio box. This type of presentation is more common in the art world, where it has precendence, and is very uncommon in the zine world. For this reason, I'd be inclined to classify this as a work of art, rather than a zine. There can, and are, examples of zines that crossover into  the world of art, but this article appears to be about a project intended for the art world only, which is why I have nominated it for deletion[[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 23:25, 28 September 2007 (EDT)
 
Rather than any accepted idea of what a zine might be, this seems to be original art work, housed in a specially created folio box. This type of presentation is more common in the art world, where it has precendence, and is very uncommon in the zine world. For this reason, I'd be inclined to classify this as a work of art, rather than a zine. There can, and are, examples of zines that crossover into  the world of art, but this article appears to be about a project intended for the art world only, which is why I have nominated it for deletion[[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 23:25, 28 September 2007 (EDT)

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Rather than any accepted idea of what a zine might be, this seems to be original art work, housed in a specially created folio box. This type of presentation is more common in the art world, where it has precendence, and is very uncommon in the zine world. For this reason, I'd be inclined to classify this as a work of art, rather than a zine. There can, and are, examples of zines that crossover into the world of art, but this article appears to be about a project intended for the art world only, which is why I have nominated it for deletionInvisibleFriend 23:25, 28 September 2007 (EDT)