As you may already know I love creating and collecting zines from all over the world. So I thought I wouldn't be rude and keep them all to myself I thought I would share my latest finds of my ever growing collection. Firstly I would like share the latest zine from one of my crafty idols " Ebony Bizys aka "Hello Sandwich."
I love the subtle pink cover and the simple layout which makes it super easy to navigate all of her handy travel info. The zine is jam packed full of wonderful places to visit, shop and eat while in Tokyo, Japan. I still haven't travelled to Japan yet but when I do I am certainly bringing this bad boy along for the ride.
Most people who know me will tell you that I love to cook, so when I saw one of my blogging friends Sewon from "Maps & Fragments," had a Korean cooking zine I clicked add to cart straight away!
Sewon shares her love for Korean home cooking. She guides readers through easy to follow instructions and her gorgeous food photography. But be warned be the photo's are so good you may just drool all over the zine, before you have a chance to create the yummy dishes. I made the "Fried Chicken," so good.
Next on my list of favourites is "Bespoke." Bespoke has had a little makeover and I am really loving the new look. Its full of helpful hints on running a handmade business and interviews by many who are already following their dreams. This issue also has a great interview with illustrator "Bec Winnel."
Last but definitely not least is one of my absolute favourite zines "Extra Curricular." This little marvel is created in New Zealand and every issue focuses on a particular topic this issue is called "The New Beginnings." It never disappoints dreamy photo's, lovely interviews and recipes too. Its my perfect train ride home read and it fits perfectly in your handbag.
So I hope you have found a little zine you may like to add to your zine collection or maybe it could be the beginning of one. Enjoy all the zine loveliness and have a great week.
Maps & Fragments