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Saturday, June 30, 2007

atc quarterly - zine

surfing the net i recently had found out about a quarterly zine with the topic of atcs. i came across that on silvia luna´s website and i think there is no direct link to her blogentry, so i do copy it here:

"Okay so I get home and find a great surprise in my mailbox. It was my ATC Quarterly. Back in April when Ronna Mogelon (co-editor along with Susan Valyi) contacted me about submitting work for an article, I was more than happy to help out, even though I was not familiar with her zine. I have a few pages in this zine featuring a few of my cards and my process.
That is not why I am blogging this. The reason I am talking about this is 'cause I want to shout it from the rooftops that this is one of the highest quality zines I have ever seen! The entire zine is done on feels great paper and the COLOR printing is the best I have seen! They do a standard page format folded in half, this issue #3 has a total of 24 pages including it's cover. The articles are all well-written with well thought of layouts, I am giving this zine 11 stars out of 10. You all know that 11 is my special number! Every atc photo is edgy just the way I love them. Believe it or not, my atc's seems to be the most tame compared to the rest. ATC Quarterly #3 not only prints really cool atc's to see, but interesting articles relating to teaching, displaying, as well as highlighting really rad artists like Julie Durocher, Ed Giecek, and my dear friend Sarah Fishburn. So, my advice is this is definitely a zine worth subscribing to! I am for sure."


well, that sounded worth a try. i ordered back issues and i am really pleased with that zine. it is not "cheap" (my subscription to germany is $40 a year), but it is well worth the prize. i love the concept of the zine - go and look!
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kürzlich bin ich beim surfen bei silvia luna über ein zine gestolpert, das mir bisher noch unbekannt war: atc quarterly. sie hat es in so hohen tönen gepriesen, dass ich es auf einen versuch ankommen und mir ein paar der älteren ausgaben schicken ließ. silvia hat recht: wirklich ein zine höchster druckqualität und gut durchdachtes konzept und layout. gefällt mir - auch wenn es relativ teuer ist, finde ich es seinen preis wert ($40 = 30 euro im jahr für 4 ausgaben; pro ausgabe 24 seiten. dabei ist eine seite din-a-5 im querformat, man blättert das zine also quasi von unten nach oben - äääh, verständlich??). ihr könnt euch selbst ein bild machen auf der website, dort gibts auch ausgabe no.4 als pdf zum runterladen.

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