We finally got our hands on our copy of this recently released zine from The Real Dill after it got lost somewhere in our building amongst our neighbours post.
There seems to be a steady release recently of artist produced zines which we are real happy to see as fans of the fanzine. We recently featured South African artist Faith47's first release in a series The Hidden Years:: Volume One (covered here) which came complete with a small screen print. This week saw a new zine from Know Hope released in association with Street Art News, although at £500 each were not really sure it should be called a zine. Also on sale this week Issue nine of black and white zine Pavement Licker featuring work from Pure Evil, Lister, GILF, RUN, Jon Burgerman and more (grab one here).
The 'Visual Distraction' zine from the Real Dill is a 16 page photocopied A5 Zine featuring original artworks, drawings and photos form the past two years from the artist. You can pick up a copy for £5 via the artists website here.