TalkShit is a mixed-media zine by Yedihael Canat and Arthur Hun, giving readers an intimate look at the everyday lives of young skaters looking for fun and freedom.
NANSEN magazine spotlights one migrant per issue, offering a much needed individual perspective on Europe’s refugee crisis.
At a time when Islamophobia runs rampant, a London collective are offering their own counter-narrative instead of letting racism take the headline.
Jamila Prowse and the team behind Typical Girls dreamed of creating a magazine that represented them. Now they're doing it, and think you should do the same.
Photographer Marc Vallée took to the streets of Paris late at night, to capture the trucks that parade subversive graffiti defiantly through the city.
Three young artists and activists have created an accessible and participatory publication to help women take charge of their bodies after the US election.
Offprint London showcases the best of indie publishing at Tate Modern, May 20-22. Here are our top picks.
Photographer Joe Williams’ BlackBlock zine connects riders in the UK’s South West with the emerging scene in Latvia.
What’s in store for 2016? Lee Kaplan, co-founder of Arcana Books, L.A.’s massive art-book shop, looks into his crystal ball.
Paul Hawkins draws on zine culture to push back against mainstream poetry in Place Waste Dissent, an account of the era-defining 'No M11 Link Road’ squat protests in the early ‘90s.
Rob St. John and Bartholomew Owl teamed up to create Don't Make a Scene zine, the indispensable guide to doing DIY shows right.
Alex Wrekk took her passion for zines to the next level and set out to declare July International Zine Month.