Ker-Bloom!

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'''Ker-Bloom!''' is a mini [[zine]] by [[Artnoose]] from Oakland, California. The content often contains essays where the [[zinester]] talks about a preference for books over computers. Also notable is the bookmaking skill that goes into each numbered edition. The zine is subtitled, 'The world wide cob-web.'
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'''Ker-bloom!''' is an bimonthly zine that has been letterpress printed by one vegan anarchist (a.k.a. artnoose) since 1996. Ker-bloom! is one of the longest running (10 years) per-zines.
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It stands out from other per-zines for a number of reasons.  
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A lot of zines will take you to a time or place in a persons life and show you what was there. Artnoose tends to take you to a place in personal ethics and ask you what you think. Every issue is a new adventure and is often quite rewarding. Read it yourself.
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Production notes: Hand Letterpressed and typeset 4"x5" cover is card stock. Each run is limited to roughly 250.
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Revision as of 20:37, 24 February 2007

Ker-bloom! is an bimonthly zine that has been letterpress printed by one vegan anarchist (a.k.a. artnoose) since 1996. Ker-bloom! is one of the longest running (10 years) per-zines. It stands out from other per-zines for a number of reasons.


A lot of zines will take you to a time or place in a persons life and show you what was there. Artnoose tends to take you to a place in personal ethics and ask you what you think. Every issue is a new adventure and is often quite rewarding. Read it yourself.


Production notes: Hand Letterpressed and typeset 4"x5" cover is card stock. Each run is limited to roughly 250.[[1]]

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