We got to the public library, madly tried to print the zine and realized a huge error had been made and one of the pages had been saved over, utilized the utmost creativity with Word and Internet Explorer to put together the remaining page again, cut, printed, and stapled using the worlds most finicky piece of machinery and got out of there before the library closed. This was a description of a very effective 30 minutes of time.
This zine was made to match the timing of Hamilton's annual Super Crawl. A weekend long art event which has quickly become the most popular free event in our parts (and I'm including Toronto). The crawl is still fine turing it's shape; it's art; it's music; it's food trucks; it's ruckus; it's people; it's mardi gras; who knows what it is. Whatever it might turn out to be, the crawl is a wild and exciting, so who wouldn't want to be a part.
View the full issue under The Zine heading.