a site is for everyone that's interested in playing and having
fun with paper, paints, inks and stamps, and any other exciting
mediums. The aim is to inspire and get your creative energies
going.You will find: many artists who generously show their
work, workshops, specialized articles, places to surf for
ideas and interesting sites, links to online materials in
the U.S and U.K This non commercial site is updated with new
articles and work as often as possible, and you're welcome
to contribute artwork, articles and links.
Byhand E-Zine/Newletter - In the byhand newsletter you
will find a collection of tips, ideas, calligraphy, bookbinding,
quotations, book reviews and creative challenges. Subscriptions
to the newsletter are free. To subscribe send an email to
with "subscribe" in the subject line. I do not share
my mailing list. Suzanne also has a wonderful website Quietfire
Design, with bookbinding supplies, rubber stamps, art
card, handbond books, etc. And, there is also a online community,
The first issue of Art Dollz was published
May 2003, but the idea and planning started much earlier.
Francie researched the zine world and was fascinated by the
charm and personality of what she saw. She, of course,
decided on Art Dollz and has been loving it ever since!
is an art zine with a personal bent. The focus is altered
books, collage, decoupage, ATC's and other artsy stuff! Each
issue contain artwork from various mixed media artists and
always collage ephemera goodies inside. Please email
me if you are interested in ordering a copy ($7 + $1 S/H).
is a zine that focuses on publishing works in which both art
and words play an equal role, with a heavy emphasis on fostering
collaborations among writers and artists. It is published
monthly, alternating between full-color, full-sized, 32+ paged
print versions and issues of "e-Artella", a 50+
page e-zine in PDF form. The print versions focus on themes,
while the e-zines are more ecletic, with articles, how-to's,
projects, and interviews. Artella has grown to be more than
a zine - it's also a support network for artists and writers
that offers teleworkshops, e-courses, community
groups, an online bartering forum, lots of free downloadable
workbooks and articles, a free weekly inspirational newsletter,
and the Shoppes of Artella, a creative marketplace with over 200 handmade
products by 25 artists. Visit www.ArtellaWordsAndArt.com
to join the waltz of words and art!
by Megan Noël.
Poetry, articles, projects, journals, beadwork...., illustrated
with Megan's "incredible" line art, which is worth
the zine price in itself. La
Luna, is a small personal artist zine also featuring
the art and writing of Megan Noël. It is be published
The Natural History of Family Corvidae. Members of the Family
Corvidae. Corvids in mythology & Literature. And of course,
original art by Megan Noël. Note: The family Corvidae
consists of the crows, ravens, rooks, jackdaws, jays, and
Shelves Zine" by Patti Monroe-Mohrenweiser
is a zine for those who defy definition. Each issue focuses
on a specific theme, and includes project ideas, book and
product reviews, musings on being an artist, and lots of art.
Handpainted swatches, product samples, and collage goodies
are also included. No Shelves is available for $5 per issue,
and can be purchased at www.beyondletters.com
Gleaner" a quarterly "altered"
art zine for creative subscribers, produced by PaperCollage.
I love zines with envies and pockets full of goodies, color
copies or originals for collage art, and other ephemera inserts
- some surprises are authentic vintage papers from the 1800s!
The Gleaner offers all this, as well as, How-To's for popular
art projects and selected themes (Altered Books, Torso art,
Tins, Vials, Francophile, and Vintage themes.) Subscribers
often request an opportunity to contribute articles or goodies
for this quarterly zine - so please let me know if you would
like to be in one of the upcoming issues. Please email me
at "The Gleaner@aol.com"
(also my PayPal name) for ordering info.