Buffalo Zine No. 10 is out now. Since we began publishing biannually, meeting our print deadline hasn’t happened once. So, for our tenth anniversary issue, we decided that our only objective was to launch on schedule so we could enjoy a holiday in August. Our deadline was concrete and inflexible. And what that means for you is an unfinished issue. We’re really sorry.
We did manage to find a bunch of forgotten voices who have advocated the beauty of the unfinished creative artefact, and cult figures whose careers were revived by renewed interest many decades later. Thankfully, nobody’s creative path is ever truly finished anyway. Buffalo Zine is ten issues old, but age is only a number, and (let’s be real) numerals are just something abstract we project to pretend we have control over our chaotic, messed-up world. The only constant we can offer is a printed wad of pages you can hold in your hands.
Buffalo Zine is not only a biannual publication with a cult following, but also a creative studio working with the best brands and talents. Buffalo Zine 6 has been described on the website with the following quote: “Buffalo Zine’s new issue is like a very weird Ikea catalogue. From the oldest and largest Ikea store in the world and Grayson Perry’s studio in London to the set of a Mexican soap opera, the backdrops give an additional and impressive layer to the features within the issue.”
Blommers & Schumm
Hans Ulrich Obrist
and many more
480 pages, 30 x 23 cm / 9 x 12 inches / 3 kg