SASS+Zines Box Set
SASS+Zines Box Set
12 × 16 × 8 in
CollectionBox Sets, Collection Development, Zines
Relatedactivism, Baltimore, central america, comics, diverse, feminisms, LGBTQ, personal, qpoc, self-care, social justice, woc
Box set includes 20 items: Limited Edition Poster of Sass+Zines Event, a selection of 15-17 zines, postcards & prints, ephemera and a colophon.
Sass + Zines box set is a collection of zines, posters, and ephemera from emerging Women of Color artists and Queer Persons of Color in print. The box set is custom curated from 18 vendors at Booklyn’s annual Sass+Zines fest to be held on July 27, 2019.
The work presented in the box set includes perzines, independent comics, artist books, and risograph prints and posters. The box set includes 20 items: one item from each vendor with work representing diverse identities, emerging artists, LGBTQIA zinesters, feminisms, activism, social justice narratives and self-care information.
Includes work by: Mariame Kaba; Isabel Roxas (Little Big Time Press); Maamoul Press; Sunmi; Horchata Zine; Secret Riso Club (Gonzalo Guerrero); Mar Anhelo Escalante (Zineralia); Victoria Priano; Liu Light; Whit Taylor; Seong Eun McFarlane; Olivia Jades (tabling with Sabrina Borno); Arielle Jennings; Jensly Baez; Cindy Trinh Photography; Dominique Jamison.
Among the vendors are: Maamoul Press, a multidisciplinary collective consisting of a diverse range of creators from marginalized backgrounds, working to foster the arts in their communities through publishing, workshops, exhibitions, and distribution; Secret Riso Club will exhibit risograph posters with pro-immigration and anti-gentrification messages, alongside zines with social justice narratives; Liu Light is an artist, illustrator, writer, musician, and performer. Their subjects primarily revolve around (dis)connection, reality, relationships, science fiction, self, and diaspora; La Horchata Zine is a seasonal publication featuring artists of Central American ancestry; Little Big Time Press promotes up-and-coming artists and illustrators from the Philippines, as well as creators with an interest in exploring and expanding the form of the book.