In an age where paper and print and the future of books is called into question - zines endure. Handmade high weirdness. Chaos and edge. The stuff that has impact and the stuff that truly lasts has always been strange
Graphic designer Chris Ashworth asks where the human is in the work. David Carson is constantly scanning - for stuff that is not homogenised by technology. Both still work offline. And have noticed that paper doesn't crash
I’m asked to explain. The inexplicable.
And to make something tangible. From methods that in reality are abstract. If a student stands up on behalf of the group and says,
“what you did here will stay with us for life” is that