I’ve got mixed emotions about digital publishing. Sure, I make Faesthetic on a computer, but the final product is always on paper. Something about holding the art in your hands just feels right. That said, digital publishing has come a long way in the past year and now sites like Blurb aren’t looking so bad. Previewing a magazine online before you buy / print your own copy isn’t much different than flipping through a magazine at the bookstore before buying.
Enter Garrett Faber and his new photo zine Hell No. He’s a really good photographer, that seems to really get his subject matter. (mostly pretty girls) and his subjects seems really comfortable in front of him, which translates into a lot of feel good, fun times photos.