Part two in what is so far a two-part series of really, really small zines. I wanted to make something out of paper scraps, and also like the idea of impractically small things, like those bibles you need a magnifying glass to read or when people write on rice or the little figurines for model trains. This isn’t my usual zine-making process, but I’m into it: the whole thing was drawn/glued/stitched together, then scanned so copies can be made. It allows for some weird stitch-inception, with the 2-D scanned stitching becoming part of the image sitting right next to the real-life, second stitching. It’d be cool to keep scanning each edition, letting the quality of the image degrade and the layers pile up.
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