A fold of zines

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'''A fold of zines''' (2007) by Melbourne, Vic., Australia artist and [[zinester]] [[Lou Smith]] is a A7 sized [[zine]] that has been folded from a single sheet.  The [[zine]] features illustrations of a groups of objects and animals and provides humerous collective nouns for them, e.g. a 'fold of zines' an 'urgh' of zombies' etc.
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'''A fold of zines''' (2007) by [[Lou Smith]], a Melbourne, Vic., Australia artist and [[zinester]], is a A7 sized [[zine]] that has been folded from a single sheet.  The [[zine]] features illustrations of a groups of objects and animals and provides humerous collective nouns for them, e.g. a 'fold of zines' an 'urgh' of zombies' etc.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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==Contact==
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spiderlins@graffiti.net
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Victoria Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

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A fold of zines (2007) by Lou Smith, a Melbourne, Vic., Australia artist and zinester, is a A7 sized zine that has been folded from a single sheet. The zine features illustrations of a groups of objects and animals and provides humerous collective nouns for them, e.g. a 'fold of zines' an 'urgh' of zombies' etc.

Contact

spiderlins@graffiti.net

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