We’re pleased to announce that the zine “Lacreo Urbano” is now available on stmp’s shop. Limited quantities, get yours now! Lacreo Urbano by Edgar Martínez – Alejandro O´Connor A publication created by two individuals, two points of view & two techniques (illustration & photography), where there’s no limelight but the need to complement ideas to [...]
Buy Issue #2 of Rants from a Stranger is here! Above, a small sample of the full zine. The printed piece features 18 pages of lettering. All issues are hand-numbered. 1st edition of 100. Rants from a Stranger is a quarterly typographic novel hand-lettered and written by Isabel Urbina. Published by Short Term Memory Press | April 2013
The first couple of weeks of release of Rants from a Stranger I decided to offer custom envelopes for all orders placed in that time frame. Here’s a selection of some of the many envelopes I lettered. I had to remove all personal information, but it was a TON of work. but a so much [...]
I’m so psyched to share that the 1st issue of Rants from a Stranger is now available in Comma, Oxford. A beautiful little shop that sells a variety of products from artsy pillows to books and zines. Also, their store hosts the work from artists like Rob Ryan, Donna Wilson, Gemma Correll, Nobrow Press and more. Great honor [...]
I’m happy to say that Rants from a Stranger is now available in London. Take a break from your day and go find your copy in KK Outlet, a communications agency with a pretty neat storefront and gallery in Shoreditch. Store Directions & Hours KK OUTLET 42 Hoxton Square London N1 6PB Mon-Fri 9 – 6pm , Sat 12 [...]
Rants from a Stranger is now available in Dessert Island, Brooklyn, NY. Limited availability! Store Directions & Hours: Dessert Island 540 Metropolitan Avenue. Brooklyn, NY 11211 Mon-Sat 12pm – 9pm , Sun 12 – 7pm.
A quarterly typographic novel hand-lettered and written by Isabel Urbina. This is a small selection, the printed zine features 18 pages of lettering. All issues are hand-numbered. 1st edition of 100. Short Term Memory Press | January 2013