As bicycle mechanic/ artist, ive also commuted by Bicycle for 12 years. I'm the bicycle shops i've worked at I hear about the bicycle crashes with motorists. I've found a way around all of the common bicycle wreck traps set into traffic patters. MY zine works focus on keeping bicycle commuters alive. I break down traffic patterns for the reader and fucking dazzle them with my cute illustration
, Avoiding common pitfalls in traffic
2017 I started making zines to get some sort of art career going, put my community collage fine arts learning to good use.
I've written down every lesson learned cycling in the gutter, and put them into cute little books
I like that a one man show means total control over the content
Cutting and folding
They focus on Bicycle safety for commuters, tips on reading traffic patters. Cute character designs and gore. They show one how to enjoy bikes in this car culture.
2017, the love of art, I need a job in art and I'm a damn bicycle mechanic who studied fine art and spends my free time drawing.
I look at all the shit I deal with daily on the roadways during my thirty four mile commute through six cities. After avoiding a wreck I look at the steps I took to avoid it. Then create my content with that as a basis.
A one man show can draw and create freely.
Smartphones. Or maybe JW approach door to door maybe
My first zine didn't have a title and I forgot to include my name anywhere on the book. It was a collection of tattoo ideas drawn on life drawings I'd done. I wanted a tattoo apprenticeship so I whipped that up and gave it out at the la zine fest
Cutting and folding at the end.