From a limited edition of 140 copies, signed and numbered by the artist.
Screen print on photocopy
29.2 cm x 20.3 cm   |  11.5 in x 8 in
StoryLTD Ref No: 38380
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Zerox wallah zine is a visual errand, reminiscing the numerous visits to the zeroxwallah's (copy shops) in Fort (Mumbai). Its distinct yellow-black visual paraphernalia roped in with the indigenous fragments of the city of Mumbai gives it the status of a distinctive culture in itself. Be it the smell,the ink or the feel of the zeroxed paper, this exceedingly spontaneous, fanzine bids to stimulate all the senses in a way that a physical encounter of entering a 'zerox ki dukaan' (copy-shop in Mumbai)' would. The method of production of the zine bears a similitude to the content with the intention of providing a hands-on feel.

14 pages (28sides) + Jumbo foldout + yellow screen-printed 'Rice-plate' bookmark.

Cover (inside + out) : black screenprint on yellow card.Inside pages : yellow screenprint on photocopies.

About Sameer Kulavoor / BDD

Bombay Duck Designs (BDD) is an independent studio founded by Indian illustrator & visual artist, Sameer Kulavoor.

Kulavoor`s area of work lies at the intersection of graphic design, contemporary illustration and art. He has been creating a personal body of work, and self-publishing art books and zines that take a look at characteristic mannerisms & archetypal facets of urban surroundings, design and culture. Sidewalks & Coffeeshops (2009), Zeroxwallah Zine (2011) & The Ghoda Cycle Project (2012) were born out of a keen interest in these peculiarities.

BDD`s image-making approach coupled with a wide arsenal of tools, methods and mediums have worked well for music & cultural projects, publications, exhibits, motion graphics, animation, advertising and editorials. It is the earliest `specialized` independent studio of its kind in India.

Kulavoor is known for his music related art and design projects having directed and designed animated music videos for `Disconnected` and `Lovedrug Climbdown` (from Pentagrams album Up-2004 and Bloodywood- 2011), album art for Zero and Something Relevant, cover Art for Rolling Stone, design for NH7 Weekender festival (2011, 2012) and a number of motion graphic pieces for MTV India. Besides music projects, he has illustrated for BBC, Royal Enfield, Pepsi, Britannia, Chivas Regal, Honda, KFC, NewYork MOSEX, Condenast, Virgin Atlantic to name a few. His work has been recognized by Luhrzers Archive 200best illustrators worldwide, D&AD, The One Show, Communication Arts, The Art Directors club, IDN, Computer Arts Projects among others. He is the co-founder and co-curator of 100% ZINE.

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