Manzine: A Return to the Lo-Fi Print Zine Aesthetic

Manzine: A Return to the Lo-Fi Print Zine Aesthetic
Design

Manzine is a quirky, DIY take on the glossy male-focused publication.

Dan Gould
  • 12 october 2009

Ray Cha let us know about an intriguing new men’s zine out of the UK called Manzine. Produced by a group of writers and designers who write for more mainstream magazines such as The Guardian and British GQ, Manzine is a quirky, DIY take on the glossy male-focused publication. Lo-fi materials (it looks photocopied), obscure articles and a rough-hewn aesthetic give Manzine a distinctive quality that’s hard to come by these days. The zine is distributed at various locations around London, and is also available for order on their website.

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