Remember the zine I've published last year? It was my 1st photo zine, which documents the daily boredom during a commercialized and over-saturated European soccer championship in the summer of 2016. I handcrafted 10 copies solely with weird ideas in my mind and my inkjet printer (and lots of ink and failed prototypes). The 10 copies of the 1st edition were sold out by the end of 2016 and, therefore, I ordered new copies for the subsequent 2nd edition. Finally, they arrived this week:
This time, the zine is less handmade, since I have commissioned a printing company. The benefits are an improved print quality and - more importantly - I can offer the zine at a much cheaper price in the Trash Shop. Of course, there is also a drawback: Because of the limited printing capabilities of the printing company I had to make some changes to the new version (e.g., there is no foldable photo anymore). Nevertheless, substantially the zine hasn't changed (still 36 pages with 38 photographs, the same concept as in the 1st edition).