Manchester, UK-based researcher, artist, and photographer Paul Dobraszczyk is interested in visual culture, the built-environment from the 19th century and on, the urban future, underground spaces, print culture, and industrial architecture.
From the Underground: A Writer’s Life with Zines
Jeff Miller on his love for zines: “Slipping them into their envelopes, I’m reminded that this subcultural community that nurtured me as a young writer continues to thrive and produce amazing writing from voices that might otherwise have remained silent without this low-cost and low-pressure art form.”
“I Am Interested in Human Stories”: Iain Akerman on the Alternative Scenes of the Middle East
Westerners often see the Middle East as synonymous with war and strife. Iain Akerman has devoted his career to uncovering the region’s multifaceted underground cultures.
Colm Hogan blogs on music, art, and film with an emphasis on underground culture. Whether a philosophical discussion of what it means to be an artist to a critical look at the business of hip-hop, each post is provocative and passionate.