One of my favorite things I picked up at the recent Chicago ‘Zine Fest was this new publication given to me by talented pal Max Morris. The cover is wonderfully silkscreened with metallic ink. When I asked Max if the title Man in the Trees was inspired by the song by the great band Die Kreuzen, he gave the answer I was hoping for: Yes!

One of my favorite things I picked up at the recent Chicago ‘Zine Fest was this new publication given to me by talented pal Max Morris. The cover is wonderfully silkscreened with metallic ink. When I asked Max if the title Man in the Trees was inspired by the song by the great band Die Kreuzen, he gave the answer I was hoping for: Yes!

The center spread from A Gut Feeling, a mini-zine by Andrew Yang, with illustrations by Christa Donner. Created with the Small Science Collective: “A collaboration of scientists, artists, students, and anyone else interested in science, this project produces small zines and web comics on a variety of topics.” Check out their great blog. Picked up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.

The center spread from A Gut Feeling, a mini-zine by Andrew Yang, with illustrations by Christa Donner. Created with the Small Science Collective: “A collaboration of scientists, artists, students, and anyone else interested in science, this project produces small zines and web comics on a variety of topics.” Check out their great blog. Picked up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.

5 Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet by Anna Gorman, a mini-zine that was created for Andrew Yang’s “Ecology of Food” class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Fall 2010 and is part of the Small Science Collective: “A collaboration of scientists, artists, students, and anyone else interested in science, this project produces small zines and web comics on a variety of topics.” Check out their great blog. I picked this up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.

5 Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet by Anna Gorman, a mini-zine that was created for Andrew Yang’s “Ecology of Food” class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Fall 2010 and is part of the Small Science Collective: “A collaboration of scientists, artists, students, and anyone else interested in science, this project produces small zines and web comics on a variety of topics.” Check out their great blog. I picked this up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.

Purgative Pamphlet #5, by the Montreal-based artist Nat Halford. Picked up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.

Purgative Pamphlet #5, by the Montreal-based artist Nat Halford. Picked up last weekend at the excellent Chicago ‘Zine Fest.