Discontinuous Infill

I’ve been falling behind on the one product a week front. But that’s because the latest addition to Spinneyhead plunder took a bit of work. Discontinuous Infill is a digital ‘zine, available to download or on disk.

I started out to record graffiti, but realised two things- many other people were producing the same book and the signs on old shop fronts and factories were just as interesting and as important to record. There are still pictures of graffiti in Discontinuous Infill, but as I produce more issues the bias is going to shift ever more toward commercial art. For a sample of what’s in the first issue check out the gallery.

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