Craphound

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Each issue explores a different subject in its imagery, past subjects have ranged from Hands, Hearts & Eyes to Clowns, Devils and Bait.
Each issue explores a different subject in its imagery, past subjects have ranged from Hands, Hearts & Eyes to Clowns, Devils and Bait.
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Craphound began as a smaller photocopied zine and has blossomed in to a sizable magazine-like format. It's found an audience with [[Zinester|zine makers]], graphic designers and tattoo artists. Out-of-print issues are in high demand. The most recent issue was published by [[Show & Tell Press]] run by [[Chloe Eudaly]] of [[Reading Frenzy]].
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Craphound began as a smaller photocopied zine and has blossomed in to a sizable magazine-like format. It's found an audience with [[Zinester|zine makers]], graphic designers and tattoo artists. Out-of-print issues are in high demand. The most recent issues have been re-published by [[Show & Tell Press]] run by [[Chloe Eudaly]] of [[Reading Frenzy]].  
Craphound, and the art work of Sean Tejaratchi, was featured in the exhibition ''[[The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art]]'' in San Francisco in 2005.
Craphound, and the art work of Sean Tejaratchi, was featured in the exhibition ''[[The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art]]'' in San Francisco in 2005.
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Issue #7 is scheduled to be reprinted and shipped in January of 2008.
==External links==
==External links==

Revision as of 01:46, 26 December 2007

Craphound cover
Craphound cover

Craphound is a full-size Picture Book for Discussion and Activity by Sean Tejaratchi. The zine consists mostly of royalty-free clip-art, along with brief essays and satirical features. The large issues are filled with high-contrast line art culled from vintage catalogs, advertising, obscure books, and found ephemera.

Each issue explores a different subject in its imagery, past subjects have ranged from Hands, Hearts & Eyes to Clowns, Devils and Bait.

Craphound began as a smaller photocopied zine and has blossomed in to a sizable magazine-like format. It's found an audience with zine makers, graphic designers and tattoo artists. Out-of-print issues are in high demand. The most recent issues have been re-published by Show & Tell Press run by Chloe Eudaly of Reading Frenzy.

Craphound, and the art work of Sean Tejaratchi, was featured in the exhibition The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art in San Francisco in 2005.

Issue #7 is scheduled to be reprinted and shipped in January of 2008.

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