An overview of images from the next zine... with more to follow.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
As part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival there will be a zine fair held on
Saturday 14th of March.
All going to plan myself, Rowan and Andrew will be offering some of our wares.
Should be a good day. Hope some of you can make it down.
I'll provide details of where it is, as information comes to hand.
Looking forward to having a fresh jiffy out, it's been a long time coming.
Monday, February 23, 2009
Saturday, April 12, 2008
A group of artists who have contributed to the next issue of jiffy
will be holding an exhibition of their work, opening night is the 18th of April
at ValueKing store/ gallery 83a Hindley St, Adelaide from 7pm
The artists involved are; Rowan Tedge, Andrew Long, Fontaine Anderson, Peta Kruger and Simon Blight.
Hope to see you there.
Saturday, December 1, 2007
The cover design for the second issue is by Fontaine Anderson
The second issue of jiffy is nearly ready to go into production.
This issue features work from; Blotchwomen, Fontaine Anderson, Bob London, David Shrigley
Dean Sullivian, Eleanor Yap, Eric Shaw, Ian Stevenson, Jermey Piert, Rowan Tedge, Joulu, Seb Calabretto,
Andrew Long & Simon Blight.
Sunday, November 25, 2007
This is the debut issue of jiffy which came out earlier this year.
The zine was a limited run of 100 copies, featuring a hand silk screened three colour cover.
Black and white inside. Pefect bound
At its heart jiffy aims to be low budget, high design. With attention to detail given to stock
selection and finish, giving jiffy a hand made, D.I.Y feel.
Issue one showcases the work of creatives from around the world including;
Alas76, Ian Stevenson, Jon Burgerman, Rowan Tedge,
KAB101, Max Olijnyk, Mehdi Hercberg/ Shoboshobo,
Jeremyville, & Andrew Long.
Thanks to all the stockists, who got jiffy out there;
Monster Children Gallery (Syd), Dobry Den (Syd), Metropolis Books (Melb),
696 Gallery (Melb), The Outpost (Bris), Keith and Lottie (Perth),
Area101 (Adel) and Irving Baby (Adel)
A big thanks to everyone who bought a copy.
The first issue is pretty much 'sold out'.