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'''Nocturnal Journal''' is a zine by [[Torben Röse]].
'''Nocturnal Journal''' is a zine by [[Torben Röse]].
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''Nocturnal Journal'' was published in Cologne, Germany in 2012.
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''Nocturnal Journal'' was published in Cologne, Germany in 2012. Every copy comes with a sticker: NOTHING IS BUILT TO LAST. The cover shows Röse's contemplative version of ''Green Lama'', a pulp magazine hero of the 1940s.
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Every copy comes with a sticker: NOTHING IS BUILT TO LAST.
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In March 2014 Röse published the companion piece [[HAHA!]] witch was released on the occasion of St. Patrick's Zine Library 2014. Both zines are included in the collection of the [[St. Patrick's Zine Library]].
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The cover shows Röse's contemplative version of ''Green Lama'', a pulp magazine hero of the 1940s.
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Previously, Torben Rose had published the science fiction fanzine [[Janx]] and, with Patrick Rieve, released the zine [[Ace of Space]], which included Rose's drawings. It was released on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at the BeSt-Kunstraum in Essen, Germany in 2011.
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Nocturnal Journal 2012
Nocturnal Journal
2012

Nocturnal Journal is a zine by Torben Röse.

Nocturnal Journal was published in Cologne, Germany in 2012. Every copy comes with a sticker: NOTHING IS BUILT TO LAST. The cover shows Röse's contemplative version of Green Lama, a pulp magazine hero of the 1940s.

In March 2014 Röse published the companion piece HAHA! witch was released on the occasion of St. Patrick's Zine Library 2014. Both zines are included in the collection of the St. Patrick's Zine Library.

Previously, Torben Rose had published the science fiction fanzine Janx and, with Patrick Rieve, released the zine Ace of Space, which included Rose's drawings. It was released on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at the BeSt-Kunstraum in Essen, Germany in 2011.


External Link

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Lama

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