Monthly Archives: October 2014

Teal Triggs: Fanzines

In 2010 Thames & Hudson London published “Fanzines” by Teal Triggs. The book covers the history of Fanzines and their evolution from the early days until now. The author included many images of various types of Zines. Regrettably these have … Continue reading

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Dystopia

Today after classes I stayed in the library researching for my top-three zine themes (still have to choose which one I will go for though!). I was trying to figure out which one has the highest rate of research possibilities … Continue reading

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Late Turner Painting Set Free

I do not exactly know why but I happen to get much more culturally involved in London than I used to back home in Rome. I must admit my passion and interest in arts & culture has grown exponentially since … Continue reading

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A Sunday stroll in East London

Sunday brunch is one of my absolute favourites. What can you love more than avocado on toast with poached eggs, eggs royale and a pile of fluffy pancakes with berries, cream and maple syrup? Yumm! After having greedily devoured everything … Continue reading

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New Start, New Course, New Faces … and of course: New project!

Back in London in a new flat. By the time I settled and started to feel comfortable in my new room, Uni nocked on the door: First Day! Graphic and Media Design at London College of Communication. Day one was … Continue reading

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