This may not be “street art” per say, but I am taking creative license and writing about it because it they are “artistic pictures of the street.” Plus, one of the editors is a street artist, so I’m allowing it.
In the latest craze of “bring back the physical written word,” people are looking for any excuse to print some type of zine. I tend to look past 99% of them and stick to online ventures (what can I say, I’m biased and maybe a pseudo-environmentalist). Albeit, a new zine recently grabbed my attention as fast as a guy in skinny jeans and Buddy Holly glasses would. Hours is a monthly zine that documents one person’s 24 hour use of a disposable camera. All of the pictures are unedited and printed as they come out. Below are images from the first issue:
The editors, Molly Rourke and Matthew Shearer, sent me this bit to expand upon the magazine’s mission:
One artist/photographer/creative thinker is chosen each month and have 24 hours to fill the camera they are given, and the photos are then turned into a publication. The person chosen is done so at random (literally pulled out of a hat), with anyone able to submit, from anywhere, each month.