December 2, 2012

Zine Review: Cannibal Pizza Vol. 1 by Stefano Adamo Mayakasa

1:11 am in art,zines dustin hostetler

Swing by Stefano’s tumblr site, to not only check out his rad art but also hit him up for the first issue of his rad zine. Printed on pink paper, and filled with an eclectic mix of illustrative works. Very cool all around, and printed in a super limited quantity: http://mayakasa.tumblr.com


Zine Review: Now In Lemon Issue #1

12:54 am in art,design,zines dustin hostetler

Issue #1 comes with some neat little screened cards and some buttons. It’s filled with random bits of illustrations and it’s well worth the £4.50 they are charging. http://nowinlemon.com


Matt Scobey postcard series

12:31 am in art,design dustin hostetler

Matt is working on a series of accordion book postcards, where he crudely illustrates lyrics from random songs. Hit him up if you’d like to get one! http://cargocollective.com/mattscobey


Zine Review: Magazine Of Contemporary Alchemy by Gordon Magnin

12:19 am in art,design,zines dustin hostetler

Gordon has really been stepping up his game, as seen on his website: gordonmagnin.com You can purchase his newest zine from Drippy Bone Books. His “MOCA” book is filled with designs showing a young artist refining and finding his voice. It’s great!


December 1, 2012

Zine Review: Healers #1 by Daniel Wayne Olson

10:23 pm in comics,toledo,zines dustin hostetler

Today I received in the mail a terrific new zine / comic book from Daniel Wayne Olson. Having grown up flipping through my father’s black and white drug induced psychedelic underground comics from the 60’s, I feel like Daniel exists in that world today. Healers #1 is a trippy sex infused comic, that is delightfully illustrated in a contemporary low-brow California style.

I highly recommend you pick up a copy.

While you’re at it, check out Daniel’s art. It’s great! As a side note, while he currently lives in Sanfrancisco, he’s from Toledo! That makes him even cooler in my book! 🙂


Ben @Pieratt finally updates

9:50 pm in art,design dustin hostetler


Many compare this young man to a modern day Tibor Kalman. I can see it.


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