Two From Devon Marinac : “Mix Yourself A Dead End”

Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

“No two alike!” is a truism when it comes to all the work of Toronto-based Devon Marinac, but not only in the sense of each successive project being utterly unlike the last. Nope, when we’re talking about his collage ‘zines — as we are here — no two copies of them are the same. No wonder, then, he produced his latest self-published example of such, Mix Yourself A Dead End, in an edition of only 30.

Marinac’s getting to be something of an old hat at making these — I’m pretty sure I’ve reviewed at least one before — but don’t take that to mean there’s anything “old” about them. Featuring hand-done colors in what sure looks to me like magic marker, stickers, and cut-up pieces of newspapers and magazines glued in throughout, these ‘zines feel “worn” and “lived in” even when they’re brand new, lending each the distinct…

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One response to “Two From Devon Marinac : “Mix Yourself A Dead End”

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 11/30/20 — 12/6/20 | Through the Shattered Lens

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