Shoppe ~ Magazines & Zines

A selection of hand-picked gems from our downtown Portland store. Minimum order of $8.

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(11-20 of 20 items)

 
FOUND Magazine #7 cover

FOUND Magazine #7

96 pp, 8.5"x11"

Issue #7 contains hundreds of love letters, Post-Its, mysterious notes, to-do lists, a bizarre looking-for-love flyer, and, as always, so many found photographs of people who you'll find yourself thinking about for days. The issue features an interview with Rachel Maddow of MSNBC and filmmaker Ramin Bahrani.

Pair FOUND Magazine #7 with the new FOUND: After Dark (the adult off-shoot of FOUND Magazine) and FOUND Magazine: The Early Years if you're a FOUND virgin and prepare to be simultaneously haunted and enthralled by the lives and thoughts of people you'll never meet.

$5.00

 
FOUND: After Dark cover

FOUND: After Dark

96 pp., 8.5"x11", full color

This special edition of FOUND Magazine is chock-full of smutty goodness. Inside are desperate and hilarious pleas for pick-ups, sexy to-do lists, and "romantic" notes, all found and sent in by readers from all over the world. Dispersed among the photographs, doodles, and love letters are illustrations by Tony Millionaire, Sophie McMahan, and Anna Stasek.

$14.99

 
Uppercase Magazine #27 cover

Uppercase Magazine #27

114 pp., 9"x11", full color

Uppercase Magazine is for the creative and the curious, and issue #7 is all about learning in untraditional ways, making the leap into a new creative career, and having the confidence to follow your passion. As fun to flip through as to read, this issue features profiles of up and coming illustrators, an interview with illustrator Cat Bennett, and a slew of gorgeous photographs of art ranging from basketry to ceramics. If you're prone to creative block, Uppercase is sure to get your inspiration flowing once again.

$18.00

 
Hello Mr. #5 cover

Hello Mr. #5

168 pp., 6.5"x9.5", full color

Hello Mr. isn't your typical gay magazine. Dubbed as "a coy introduction for a new generation of men who date men," Hello Mr. is an accessible, endearing, and insightful indie publication with a fresh take on the gay lifestyle magazine. With Mike Hadreas of Perfume Genius as its cover mister, issue #5 features photographs and interviews with 3 artists at work, a piece about the ethics of ethnicity, two gorgeous look-books, and much more.

$20.00

 
Hello Mr. #6 cover

Hello Mr. #6

184 pp., 6.5"x9.5", full color

Hello Mr. isn't your typical gay magazine. Dubbed as "a coy introduction for a new generation of men who date men," Hello Mr. is an accessible, endearing, and insightful indie publication with a fresh take on the gay lifestyle magazine. Featuring a photograph from filmmaker Matt Lambert's series documenting Berlin's club culture on the cover, issue #6 explores experimentation and the unexplored.

$20.00

 
Tom Tom Magazine Issue 23 cover

Tom Tom Magazine Issue 23

74 pp., 8.5"x11", saddle stitch

Tom Tom is the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers. This full color quarterly magazine serves as the ultimate guide for the latest news and information about girl drummers and beat makers around the globe. Tom Tom's mission is to raise awareness about female percussionists and inspire women and girls of all ages to drum, all while strengthening and building the community of otherwise fragmented female musicians.

Pairs well with She Shreds for all your woman-powered musical needs.

$6.00

 
She Shreds No. 8 cover

She Shreds No. 8

46 pp., 8.5"x11", saddle stitch

She Shreds is the only magazine in the world dedicated to women guitarists and bassists. With the mission to change the way women are depicted and presented in the music industry and popular culture, She Shreds is a platform where people can listen, see, and experience what it means to be a woman who shreds.

This issue features Satomi Matsuzaki of Deerhoof on the cover, a brief history of Carol Kaye (the bassist who backed the Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, Frank SInatra, and so many more artists), and interviews with Sleater-Kinney, Kate Nash, and Girlpool.

Pairs well with Tom Tom Magazine for the perfect gift for the music-lover in your life.

$10.00

 
Pictures of my Mother Touching Wild Animals cover

Pictures of my Mother Touching Wild Animals

By Delphine Bedient

28 pp., 4"x5.5", perfect bound

This full-color photo book by Delphine Bedient is exactly how it sounds: photographs of Delphine's mother, Gwen Bedient, touching wild animals in Southern Africa, where she moved in 2014 to work at the U.S. Embassy.

$7.00

 
The Process Letting Yourself Have a Creative Process cover

The Process Letting Yourself Have a Creative Process

By Jennifer Williams

24 pp., 5.25"x8.25"

An aesthetically pleasing workbook filled with prompts to explore and refresh your creative process with insights on creating and plenty of space where you can hash it all out. Jennifer Williams hosts workshops in Oakland, CA where participants are invited to look deeply at their creativity, their sense of self, and the demands of society. This zine is one of the tools she uses to help folks harness their own creative processes.

$8.00

 
The Prince Zine cover

The Prince Zine

By Joshua James Amberson

60 pp., 5.5"x8.5", cardstock cover, purple ink throughout

Everything you've ever wanted to know about the artist currently known as Prince. Looking into fame culture, gender, and sexuality while still having fun along the way.

The Symbol, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Michael Jackson, parental advisory, Wendy & Lisa, protégés, movies, power, the early years, The Revolution, The New Power Generation, fun facts galore, and an epic discography. Illustrations throughout by cartoonist Rachel Lee-Carman.

The first edition made Bitch Magazine's Bitch List, was named one of Three Imaginary Girls' Best Zines of 2012, and has been a bestseller at independent bookstores around the country.

$5.00

 
 
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