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'''Webly Bowles''' (aka '''Webly Bucket''', born April 26, 1981) is a [[zinester]] from [[Portland]], OR.
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[[Image:craphound-cover.jpg|frame|Craphound cover]]
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Bowles was born in Houston, Texas but spent her formulative years in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her sister, [[Alex Wrekk]] first introduced her to zines in the mid '90's before they started their own [[perzine]], [[Fun In A Bucket]]. Later, they both went their own zining ways breaking away from the silliness of [[Fun In A Bucket]], as Webly created [[Touched by an Anvil]] after her love of anvils, and Wrekk started [[Brainscan]].
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'''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 [[book]]s, and found ephemera.  
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Bowles wrote about broken hearts and lost loves in her early issues. In her college years in Eugene, Oregon, her writing turned more to her everyday life of her love for architecture, dogs she didn't live with, her failing health, world wide traveling adventures and general growing up.
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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.
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Today, Bowles works as an architect by day, and struggles in balancing an office job with her [[DIY]] ethics. This topic comes up often in newer issues of her [[perzine]], [[Touched By An Anvil]]...  
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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]].
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Webly Bowles
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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.

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