Look Back and Laugh by Liz Prince: | donkeytime.org: BooksIt runs a distinctively international profile, publishing artists from all over Europe and regularly participates in zine fairs abroad. Look Back and Laugh is open to all sorts of art and has also published music on cassette tape and poetry. Possibly the most favoured technique for its publications is that of risograph printing. If one looks closely, semi-pornographic material from punk parties can also be found in LBAL's catalogue. His style is quite distinctive and recognisable even though it ranges from art zines and graphic works to paintings and concert posters. In , one of his illustrations was featured in the New York Times. Click here to contact the Culture.
Look Back and Laugh
Triggered by a radio show on a conservative radio station, Leon Zuodar produced over one hundred drawings through which he reflected the absurdity of toxic masculinity. Through humour and his own visual language he produced a series of visual statements that amplify the importance of destroying the stereotypes that are still haunting the human society. Exploring the themes of fashion and human obsession with hot trends, she embraces it with her genuine warm humour which we can often find in her minimalistic drawings. In his new zine, he explores the dark corners of his mind, as eerie and macabre as can be. By cropping the details of bigger drawings, he depicts an abstract version of something that made sense in its original size, but is equally possesive in this form where textures and abstracts take over. Through her interventions to the images from old erotic magazines, she questions the normatives of body acceptance and places it into abstract compositions that are half drawings, half collages.