Lackluster

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'''Lackluster''' is a [[zine]] by [[Amy Balkin]] and [[James Harbison]] from San Francisco, California.
'''Lackluster''' is a [[zine]] by [[Amy Balkin]] and [[James Harbison]] from San Francisco, California.
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Issue #2, 'Bad-Ass Homes' takes the reader on a guided tour of offbeat one-of-a-kind, hand built, homes with interviews of either their eccentric builders or their present day caretakers. It's illustrated with many photos. Contents include: the Broken Angel building in Brooklyn; The Doll House, a 50's naked girl/statue/house in Tijuana; The Bottle village, The Round House, and The Winchester Mystery House all in California; plus 6 more.
Issue #2, 'Bad-Ass Homes' takes the reader on a guided tour of offbeat one-of-a-kind, hand built, homes with interviews of either their eccentric builders or their present day caretakers. It's illustrated with many photos. Contents include: the Broken Angel building in Brooklyn; The Doll House, a 50's naked girl/statue/house in Tijuana; The Bottle village, The Round House, and The Winchester Mystery House all in California; plus 6 more.
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==External Links==
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* [http://loudpaper.typepad.com/afewzines/lackluster-future-shack.html Future Shack (Unpublished)]
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* [http://www.flickr.com/photos/59414209@N00/3449329008 Lackluster Jobs...All Kinds $2.99 BACK COVER]
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* [http://www.stayfreemagazine.org/archives/23/flavor-chemists.html Flavor Makers (Issue #1)]
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Revision as of 17:44, 2 September 2009

Lackluster #1
Lackluster #1

Lackluster is a zine by Amy Balkin and James Harbison from San Francisco, California.

Issue #2, 'Bad-Ass Homes' takes the reader on a guided tour of offbeat one-of-a-kind, hand built, homes with interviews of either their eccentric builders or their present day caretakers. It's illustrated with many photos. Contents include: the Broken Angel building in Brooklyn; The Doll House, a 50's naked girl/statue/house in Tijuana; The Bottle village, The Round House, and The Winchester Mystery House all in California; plus 6 more.

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