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Five best photography zines
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Five best photography zines

Happy zine month — Photocopy Club's Matt Martin selects his five favourite photography zines.

Written by: Alex King

Skinhead culture is alive and well on the West Coast
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Skinhead culture is alive and well on the West Coast

Zine Scene — Suburban Rebels zine pulls together the best of the hardcore, punk and Oi! scenes from the Bay Area and beyond.

Written by: Alex King

Discover alternative female voices in One of My Kind zine
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Discover alternative female voices in One of My Kind zine

Zine Scene — One of My Kind (OOMK) celebrates art, thought and creativity from women of all colours and creeds.

Written by: Alex King

B&B connects Bristol and Budapest through zinemaking
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B&B connects Bristol and Budapest through zinemaking

Zine Scene — Photographer Marton Gosztonyi’s B&B zine explores the two cities that mean most to him.

Written by: Alex King

Unholy Mountain In Progress
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Unholy Mountain In Progress

Zine Scene — Artist and illustrator Pete Fowler pencils, prints and photocopies a new zine to accompany his solo show at Beach London.

Written by: Alex King

West is the Best
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West is the Best

Zine Scene — The objectives of the artist and the surfer are very similar. Designer Joran Briand has created a book exploring why.

Written by: Shelley Jones

Pavement Licker
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Pavement Licker

Zine Scene — Pavement Licker features prose, street art, illustration, stories and scribbles that are always on the good side of weird.

Written by: Alex King

BE13
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BE13

Zine Scene — Photographer and graphic designer Sam Roberts captures a cycling and skating adventure through Belgium.

Written by: Alex King

Radulthood
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Radulthood

Zine Scene — A rainbow-coloured tribute to the subculture institution that is the skatepark.

Written by: Shelley Jones

Filmme Fatales
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Filmme Fatales

Zine Scene — Filmme Fatales brings together thought-provoking perspectives on women and cinema.

Written by: Alex King

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