Uniquely folded pieces can help you tell your story, reveal important information and simply make a piece more interesting and interactive for the reader.
Whatcha Mean What's A Zine? by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson
Zine Tips: Our member is considering starting his first zine and wants tips from other members who know what to do. This blogger from @Umami - Design Sense For Food has shared with us some of her very creative print zines, and she has included an easy method to fold your own eight-page zine. These are our suggestions and we'd love to hear yours! We'd love for you pinners to let us know at dumblebee.com!
I like the illustrations on this with a opening fanzine. This fanzine turns into a poster which is useful and very functional. I love the blank spaces too this doesn't over crowd the fanzine.
This fanzines format stands out to me due to it been obscure and unique. I like the way there is a slight opening in the middle of the sheet of paper to break up the drawings. It also makes the work stand out due to the layer. This technique may work in my piece. The realistic drawings off hands and the added colour is also a nice affect to this fanzine.