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'''Savage Messiah''' is a zine by [[Laura Oldfield Ford]].  The zine uses to methods of Situationist Psychogeography to tell stories of urban life, predominantly in North and East London, UK.  Drawings, photographs and personal stories document the author's experiences in these places.
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'''Savage Messiah''' is a [[zine]] by [[Laura Oldfield Ford]].   
  
'''Savage Messiah''' has had 9 issues so far and regularly launches at Housman's Bookshop in King's Cross, London. [[Laura Oldfield Ford]], a Royal College of Art graduate also occasionally shows her zines and artwork in gallery spaces and holds Night Drifts, Psychogeographical ramblings across urban areas.
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The zine uses to methods of Situationist Psychogeography to tell stories of urban life, predominantly in North and East London, UK.  Drawings, photographs and personal stories document the author's experiences in these places.
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Savage Messiah has had 9 issues so far and regularly launches at Housman's Bookshop in King's Cross, London. Laura Oldfield Ford, a Royal College of Art graduate, also occasionally shows her zines and artwork in gallery spaces and holds ''Night Drifts'', Psychogeographical ramblings across urban areas.
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[[Category:Zine|Savage Messiah]] [[Category:Art Zines]] [[Category:Zines from the UK]] [[Category:London Zines]]

Latest revision as of 18:35, 7 April 2009

Savage Messiah is a zine by Laura Oldfield Ford.

The zine uses to methods of Situationist Psychogeography to tell stories of urban life, predominantly in North and East London, UK. Drawings, photographs and personal stories document the author's experiences in these places.

Savage Messiah has had 9 issues so far and regularly launches at Housman's Bookshop in King's Cross, London. Laura Oldfield Ford, a Royal College of Art graduate, also occasionally shows her zines and artwork in gallery spaces and holds Night Drifts, Psychogeographical ramblings across urban areas.