Salford Zine Library


By Patrick Staff and Edward Webb-Ingall - 2009

To accompany a BALTIC exhibition of the same name, this zine looks at the DIY scene now and then, drawing links to movements, figures and moments in its history, why DIY is so vital in the production of types of music, print, and politics. Contains Liz Naylor and Bob Dickinson in conversation, a guide to zine making and comic by Rachael House, Teal Triggs on the importance of DIY and feminism, articles on gig posters, DIY promoter Upset The Rhythm, and Q&As with performers.

Physical description: A5 black and white
Subject: Art | DIY | Zines
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