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thevintagepostbox:

Zine: Lost
For Light Grey Art Lab’s “Stacks” show! My year is 2004, which was the pilot season of the television show “Lost”.

thevintagepostbox:

Zine: Lost

For Light Grey Art Lab’s “Stacks” show! My year is 2004, which was the pilot season of the television show “Lost”.

— 2 days ago with 101 notes
#light grey art lab  #francesca buchko  #zine  #lost  #stacks 
halfnakedbanana:

DAMMIT my fingers hurt like hell after cutting out around 220 glow in the dark sticker! These are for the Light Grey Art Lab show STACKS coming in August.

halfnakedbanana:

DAMMIT my fingers hurt like hell after cutting out around 220 glow in the dark sticker! These are for the Light Grey Art Lab show STACKS coming in August.

— 2 days ago with 42 notes
#karina rehrbehn  #stacks  #light grey art lab  #zine 

iandensford:

front & back cover for 1998, my contribution to LightGrey ArtLab’s upcoming STACKS show

— 2 days ago with 5 notes
#ian densford  #stacks  #light grey art lab  #zine 

beans28:

"Hooray Today!" launch party at Light Grey Art Lab.  

7.18.14

— 3 days ago with 11 notes
#light grey art lab  #hooray today  #minneapolis  #events 
kyleharabedian:

Halley’s Comet and the Mir Space Station in February 1986 from my zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks show.

kyleharabedian:

Halley’s Comet and the Mir Space Station in February 1986 from my zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks show.

— 3 days ago with 10 notes
#kyle harabedian  #light grey art lab  #stacks 
tkristan:

Preview of all variant covers for my zine contribution to light grey art lab’s upcoming exhibit “STACKS”

tkristan:

Preview of all variant covers for my zine contribution to light grey art lab’s upcoming exhibit “STACKS”

— 6 days ago with 33 notes

makinganocean:

A couple of tiny previews from my STACKS zine! 

Each artist in the exhibition is given one year to commemorate- 1984-2014. I have 1995, and am creating a zine all about the mystery, magic, and memories from the playground. There are more images coming soon!

— 6 days ago with 9 notes

jannamorton:

Merlin’s Beard! I sure am excited to share the zine I created for Light Grey Art Lab's Stacks exhibition, a collection of zines created to commemorate each of the past 30 years! I was given the year 2007, so my mind immediately went to Harry Potter (but then, whenever does it not?). It is timely that I’m sharing this with you today, because it was on this exact date in 2007 that the final Harry Potter book was released to eager wizards and muggles worldwide. 

I considered approaching this, my first ever zine, in a number of ways. I wanted to make something that could be interactive in some way, so I came up with the idea of an activity book. It was fun to include little moments and details that weren’t included in the movies and to make the characters look the way I think they look based on the canon, rather than the movie version. I’m pretty sure both hardcore Pottheads and casual fans alike will have fun filling this out! I’ve included some of my favorite pages here and a gif that shows all the spreads. 

This zine will be sold in person at Light Grey Art Lab and on Light Grey’s online shop starting August 1st. They’re a very limited edition so if you want one, get on it quick! 

— 6 days ago with 131 notes

junyiwu:

Continuing on the 1985 zine with Sheeta, Kiki and Howl.

— 2 weeks ago with 1234 notes
kolbisneat:

Here’s a little change of pace!
So I’m working on my contribution to Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show and figured I’d share some early pages.
Since I have the year 1998 to work with, I’m focusing on a game that was released that year.
Working with such a limited palette and scale is proving to be a wonderful challenge and here’s hoping it’ll come together before the August launch!
JKJKJK I’m like 80% done so it’ll be fine.

kolbisneat:

Here’s a little change of pace!

So I’m working on my contribution to Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show and figured I’d share some early pages.

Since I have the year 1998 to work with, I’m focusing on a game that was released that year.

Working with such a limited palette and scale is proving to be a wonderful challenge and here’s hoping it’ll come together before the August launch!

JKJKJK I’m like 80% done so it’ll be fine.

— 2 weeks ago with 250 notes