Printout: 'We Saw It Before You' by Hillvale

Printout: 'We Saw It Before You' by Hillvale

To accompany one hell of an exhibition, a publication that is worth more than it's weight in gold.

Welcome to 'Printout' where once a week we and our likeminded friends review and take you through zines and other printed material that we love and or you send us! This weeks pick by Lloyd Stubber, accomplished photographer and man at the helm of Bloom Publishing.

'We Saw It Before' You by Hillvale (Self Published) 

The team over at Hillvale celebrated their 1st year of developing (a heap of film) by putting on one hell of an exhibition entitled "We Saw It Before You". To accompany this, they put together a publication that is worth more than it's weight in gold. Each 92 page, perfect bound copy features 50 images they developed whilst open for business. It even has a negative taped into the front so you can do this - excellent stuff.

Cop one on their webstore here and don't forget to try their film while you're at it.

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Whether you like it or not, print is back in a big way. From your good ol' xerox zine to a shmick linen cover, everybody is either doing it themselves or starting their own imprint. So in light of this, I'll be pulling one off my shelf once (or twice) a month to tell you a little bit about what you're missing out on. Want to have the chance to have your title reviewed on here?

Shoot an email to layton@pilerats.com for more details! 

 

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