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'''uls zine''' is a collection of A5, 16 pages  artists' fanzines. This collection is a ''carte blanche'' proposed to guest artists, 150 copies are printed for the first edition.
'''uls zine''' is a collection of A5, 16 pages  artists' fanzines. This collection is a ''carte blanche'' proposed to guest artists, 150 copies are printed for the first edition.
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''uls zine'' originates in France with the artists' collective (U)LS.
== Issues ==
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Revision as of 19:06, 10 May 2010

uls zine is a collection of A5, 16 pages artists' fanzines. This collection is a carte blanche proposed to guest artists, 150 copies are printed for the first edition.

uls zine originates in France with the artists' collective (U)LS.

Issues

April 2010

  • uls zine #1 — PLAYBACK by documentation céline duval
  • uls zine #2 — by Éric Watier
  • uls zine #3 — NEW DEHLI 17-25.12.2009 by Joël Riff
  • uls zine #4 — n. m. by David Lasnier
  • uls zine #5 — n. f. by David Lasnier

Info

  • published by (un)limited store
  • ISSN pending
  • 16 pages
  • A5
  • 150 copies for the first edition
  • print type: photocopy

External links

uls zine on (un)limited store

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