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Here it is: the first (beta) issue of LAB: testing the water. What’s it about? Good question. Let’s see. It’s chock-full of candid interviews with... More > creative folks with plenty of savoir-faire— freelance artists, craftsters, indie business owners, media makers, cultural entrepreneurs— whatever you want to call ‘em, these are people who are passionate about what they do. What else? Photography & illustration showcases, DIY resources, startup profiles, comix, short fiction, and 101 Sex Tricks To Try Before You Die (no, that’s Cosmopolitan… just seeing if you’re paying attention). For a better over-view, check out the letter from the editor, or browse the issue online at LAB-zine.com. [A note about the price: this beta issue of LAB is being offered at wholesale; no markup is included.]< Less
Like a wild pony emerging from a wall of flames, the second issue of LAB is here. With a whiny and a snort, it impatiently awaits to be ridden by your dauntless intellect. Like the previous issue,... More > 0.5, this issue is chockablock with words, pictures, and colors. But not just any words, pictures, or colors. Fancy words, pictures that pop, and jazzy colors. With lazer-like focalization, unreasonable precision, and incorrigible ingenuity, LAB serves up a 70-page buffet of Content, including 7 tasty interviews, 2 completed LAB projects, and 2 new projects for desert, all with a hypoallergenic postmodern sneeze-guard. Also on the menu: comics, taco trucks, spicy vernacular typography, and handmade blanket patterns that make your eyes jiggle. What are you waiting for? It's time to saddle up!
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