BY Lex Ellenthal
on Jul 10, 2014
For those of you who don’t know, Tumblr is a fantastically fun place full of food, feminism, fandoms, and kittens! However, one thing Tumblr isespecially great for is allowing young artists to self-promote; they can post, share, and sell their work, all while having fun blogging. Other Tumblr users can enjoy what they blog and support their online friends by purchasing their products, be they books, paintings, custom stickers, or whatever else these ... Read More
BY Kelly Maxwell
on May 13, 2013
We posted about the Dirty Girls doc back in March. Everyone here in the BUST office was crazy inspired by these girls who didn't give two shits about what their peers thought about them. They were riot grrrl to the core. They wore what they wanted, said what they pleased, and made their own zines. The original video can be found here. There was a collective demand for an update with the girls. Everyone seemed to want to know how the girls grew up and how they ... Read More
BY Intern Jessica W.
on Jul 31, 2012
Tonight, Brooklyn College will unveil "Fold, Staple, Share: Highlights from the Brooklyn College Zine Library." This exhibition will run through the fall semester and spotlights noteable pieces from the collection of zines, which will then become a permanent part of the library that the college is implementing.
The collection will specialize in printed zines about Brooklyn, zines by the college’s alumni or zines about the art of self-publication itself. This ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow
on Jul 25, 2012
We all have our share of girl crushes—women who we admire and strive to be a little more like. Although labeling non-sexual adoration as a “girl crush” can perhaps be seen as homophobic, Got A Girl Crush, a zine started by Meg Wachter and Andrea Cheng in 2009, is far more about celebrating inspirational women in all capacities than singling out a group. The genesis of Got A Girl Crush began over the Internet when the two were fittingly girl-crushing on ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow
in Boob Tube
on Jul 05, 2012
Pre-Internet, if you wanted to send a love letter to someone, you’d write it down on paper. Maybe you would add a few x's and o's, stickers, a mixtape (in my romantic imagination), a lipstick kiss for good measure, and send it through snail mail. But today, if you want to send a love letter, would you post it on the Internet? Or even address it to the Internet?
Now, there’s an entire site called “Dear Internet…” dedicated to ... Read More
BY Intern Courtney
on Nov 15, 2011
Wednesday, November 16th, 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm, don’t miss “MEET ME AT THE RACE RIOT: People of the Color in Zines from 1990- Today,” a zine/community event! This event will be held at Barnard College and is co-organized with People of Color Zine Project and Barnard Zine Library. This event will feature poc zinesters with diverse backgrounds in zine culture and activism, and all ages are welcome! Definitely check it out!
Here are some of the ... Read More
BY Jen Hazen
on Sep 20, 2011
N.Y.C.-based editor/designer Hamish Robertson is a busy man. You would think that being the online design editor of Vanity Fair would be time-consuming enough, right? Yet somehow Robertson finds time to create websites for well-known businesses (like vegan treatery, Babycakes), publish zines and prints as Brown Griffin (from his Brooklyn apartment), and curate Afterzine, a beautifully compiled arts and culture publication.
Featuring a collection of ... Read More