Lele Saveri


    WHEN ARTFORUM INVITED ME to curate a portfolio for this issue, I pulled some of my favorite zines from recent years, mostly titles I’ve come across since moving to New York in 2010 (and starting the 8 Ball Zine Fair and the Newsstand, a store in a subway station that had shelves stocked with zines and books instead of candy and newspapers). In the spreads that follow, I have included some of the more influential classics from the past decade (material by well-known zine makers such as Dash Snow, Raymond Pettibon, Mark Gonzales, and Ed Templeton) but also projects by lesser known but equally