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Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION
Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION
Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION
Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION
Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION
Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION

Fanzine 004: FASHION CRAFT REVOLUTION

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Reading: Fashion

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  • The fourth in a series of bi-annual collectable fanzines which seek to uncover the stories behind the clothing we wear.

    In this issue we focus on craft as culture. With thought pieces on cultural appropriation, intangible cultural heritage and globalisation, we discover why it’s so important to honour and celebrate crafts and artisans whilst a the same time, discussing their challenges in the 21st century and what the future of craft may look like.

    104 pages, 240 x 170mm, printed in full colour on recycled, uncoated paper. Printed sustainably in the UK by Seacourt. 

  • Cost Per Use
  • 5 Uses £3.00
    10 Uses £1.50
    25 Uses £0.60
    50 Uses £0.30

The fourth in a series of bi-annual collectable fanzines which seek to uncover the stories behind the clothing we wear.

In this issue we focus on craft as culture. With thought pieces on cultural appropriation, intangible cultural heritage and globalisation, we discover why it’s so important to honour and celebrate crafts and artisans whilst a the same time, discussing their challenges in the 21st century and what the future of craft may look like.

104 pages, 240 x 170mm, printed in full colour on recycled, uncoated paper. Printed sustainably in the UK by Seacourt. 

5 Uses £3.00
10 Uses £1.50
25 Uses £0.60
50 Uses £0.30

Reading: Fashion

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