DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #22

MICK O’DWYER “Zine librarian with delusions of being a zinester. My new zine Leon Loves Clara is about the relationship between the inventor of the theremin Leon Theremin, and the worlds greatest thereminst Clara Rockmore. It contains Russian dictators, prima ballerinas, bad drawings and Iggy Pop.” What got you in to independent publishing? I am […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #21

SARAH DEVEREUX Hand drawn zines, somewhat perverse, also some un-apologetic fan girl John Waters shiz! What got you in to independent publishing? Because it’s (Like what you might imagine a 1970’s hooker to be): Fast, easy and cheap. A lot of sweat and late nights. Say/do what you want. (Well you might have to pay […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #20

GILLIAN HAMILL Tangible is a quarterly, general interest independent publication, targeted at men and women aged 25 – 45. With a talented team of writers on board, our goal is to provide engaging, entertaining and thought-provoking content. Our tagline is ‘Because life’s too short to squint at a screen’ and this is why our primary […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #19

CHARLOT KRISTENSEN Charlot Kristensen is a recent graduate. Having just completed a BA degree in Illustration in London, she has finally returned to Dublin where she hopes to contribute to the ever growing art-scene. Some of the things she loves is creating comics, character designs and drawing afros. Most of her works are created digitally […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #18

SARAH CUNNINGHAM Sarah Cunningham is an illustrator from Dublin, Ireland. She is inspired by all things patterned & loves anything with a sense of magic to it. Sarah graduated from NCAD with an honours degree in Fine Art Painting & has since had her work published in several magazines & books. Inspired by fairy-tales and […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #16

EMMA SHERIDAN “There once was a girl from Dublin, Who dabbled in some drawing, She liked scribbles and lines most of the time, But sometimes liked colouring in.” What got you in to independent publishing? I think it is a really exciting and raw way of expressing yourself with your work. Making your own collection […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #15

WEDNESDAY ILLUSTRATION Wednesday Illustrations. Keeping it cute and creepy! What got you in to independent publishing? The idea of being able to make my own work, to see work I wanted to see. I’ve always drawn, I like telling story’s with my drawings. To get drawings out of my head and onto paper. Why not […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #17

NAUSEA NISSENBAUM ‘Not afraid of ruins’ is a perzine and blog about anarchism, feminism, Jewish identity, Palestine, mental illness, neurodiversity, stuff and things. What got you in to independent publishing? I think it was my high school principal. She censored everything I wrote for the school paper and told me that journalism isn’t about free […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #14

JANE O’SULLIVAN Jane is an artist who lives and works in Co. Mayo. She has worked quietly for many years in a variety of forms and media.Mostly drawing,writing,experimental photography, film making and painting. Two recent solo exhibitions 2014 and 2015 have brought her work to a wider audience in a gallery setting, yet her preference […]

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DZF 2015 ARTIST INTERVIEW #11

DAWN WEST Dawn West is a printmaker based in Waterford who dipped a toe into the zine pool at the 2nd Limerick International Publishers Salon at Ormston House which she also co-ordinated. She is now paddling along quite happily producing tales of sociopathic moustaches, being mean to Vogue models and remembering first kisses. As this […]

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