4 Highlights from
December 15th 2012
Pull open the pages from the small green line.
Make sure the front and back pages are outside.
Fold together all the pages along the center axis!
There are many ways to fold, cut, copy, & color zines.
See if you can figure out how to fold the rest of this issuu!
Step 5: The Final Fold
during A Day At The Art Center
We will be hosting a free
Bring this zine to KAC Saturday 19th at 3pm
From 1 Sheet With 1 Cut
A guide to an 8-sided zine
Open up the entire paper. There’s now a center slit.
Fold in half along the longer green line.
The center cut opens to form a square.
Step 4: Open And Fold
Step 3: Fold And Cut
4 “Nothing Is Ugly” by Sophie
3 “The Common Housefly” by Ali, illustrated by Yara
3 A zine history
2 This printable Zine-making guide
1 Highlights from December 15th
Inside this issuu you’ll find:
December 15th was Katara Art Center’s first magazine-making workshop. The magazines, ‘zines’ for short, were inspired by a wide range of topics ranging from the existential to biology and chemistry, to poetry and activism.
Have you ever made your own book?
Step 1: Fold In Half
Fold this paper in half along the green lines.
Fold in half again along the shorter green line Then, cut along the red line, forming a slit Fold the short outside edges in to the middle green line. in the middle of the paper.
Step 2: Fold In Quarters
Published on Dec 31, 2012
After our first handmade magazine workshop, we decided to share some of the things we made. Inside you'll find two zines from the workshop,...