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Mushrooms on the moon? Faces made out of hair? Makes perfect sense. Evan Sabourin and Alex Stursberg have just released a new zine called Heads or Bodies/Bodies or Heads. The book is a collaborative effort that presents each artist’s collages in a split format–each has his own cover and half of the book. Meeting at the middle, where a joint collage brings both collections together. “Reminiscent of a French/English Dictionary or a split 7² record,” Stursberg explains. With a general theme based around a photograph of an old man, the two spent the last year putting together “Heads or Bodies” (Alex’s half of the book) ”Bodies or Heads” (Evan’s half). Using images of frightened mushrooms on the moon, children playing with snakes in the desert and different cuts of meat floating around in the galaxies, Stursberg’s pieces are surreal landscapes that call you to not just look, but stare. In sharp contrast, Sabourin uses found objects like keys, fingernails, gold foil and hair, mixed with cut-outs of body parts and ripped bits of old wallpaper, using these images and overlaying them on simple, dirty backgrounds. Heads or Bodies/Bodies or Heads is a limited edition of only 100 copies and is available online here. See more from Evan Sabourin and Alex Stursberg’s Heads or Bodies/Bodies or Heads below.
The ladies of teenVAG are looking for some love from your hearts and pockets After the success of the first issue of teenVAG, it is only natural a second issue would follow. But funds aren't always easy to come by. So the ladies of ttenVAG are looking to raise $5,000 to help with the printing, assembling, and distribution of Issue #2 as well as a corresponding exhibition for December 2011. TeenVAG is a self-published zine, used to promote the work of emerging female artists. As hearty is also a voice for females, we encourage everyone to support, even if it's just a dollar. For more info and to check out a video made by co-founder Natasha Nuñez to promote the publication of the second issue of TeenVAG, click here. And see a little more from teenVAG below. teenVAG issue #2
Tales of sex, love and ugly clothing complimented by collages of Charles Manson and L7 Our Editor, Mish Way, and Artist and Musician, Andrea Lukic put their minds together to create a collaborative zine called, I Don't Wanna Shit At The Hairdresser. Limited to 75 copies, the zine features unpublished personal stories from Mish about "Past relationships, sex, being on stage, hating clothes and lying about virginity," while Andrea provided collage interpretations of each tale. The zine also includes an interview between Mish and Andrea where they talk about being active musicians, punk, Neil Young, confrontation, The Strokes and making money. To read exclusive excerpts from I Don't Wanna Shit At The Hairdresser check out Mish's blog and her band, White Lung's website.
teenVAG, is a self-published zine celebrating the female anatomy Celebrating the essence and beauty of girls being girls, teenVag is a collection of photographs from twelve female artists. First established in 2011 by Natasha Nuñez and Allison Levy, the zine is an accumulation of each artists reinterpretation of transitioning into womanhood. The first issue of teenVAG was created as an outlet for budding talent by promoting female artists. Some of the photographs are raw and honest, but it's an accurate look at those beginning stages of becoming a woman. See more from teenVAG below and get it here.
Every Saturday we’ll be selecting a photo from our Flickr pool to be featured on hearty. Dimitri Karakostas lights it up as this week's Saturday Selection. A 23-year-old photographer from Toronto, Dimtri shoots analog photography, using older Canon SLRs, an Olympus Stylus or whatever else is handy. Currently Dimitri is working on a few new collaborative zines with Blood of the Young, as well as compiling work for a new zine called, I Can See Myself Alone Forever. To see more of Dimitri's work check out his Flickr, Tumblr, and photo site. If you want to be featured on hearty’s Saturday Selection, get a Flickr and start uploading!
A weekly round up of some of our favorite links and stories. This 10-year-old girl just wrote an awesome zine and she didn't even know it. Best line: "I also hate Barbies, pink, my little ponies, and glitter is okay, I guess." [Jezebel] Jody Rogac kills it with her lens, again. [Contributor Magazine] Every celebrity under the sun loves the Beastie Boys and Fight For Your Right: Revisited proves it with cameos. If you missed it on TV last night, you can find it online here. [New York Magazine] Just a little something for those days when you feel like wearing nothing. [Di$count] Kathleen Hanna blogs about why this generation should try to avoid getting stuck in the binary of "Martyr Artist vs. Fucker Businessman." #sellingout [Kathleen Hanna] The Sex-Ed book they should have given us in high school. [90's Woman]