Top 5 Photo Zines You Should Know

Easy Yum (2015)LAZY MOM EASY YUM

Easy Yum is the fourth zine installation from Lazy Mom – the deliciously chaotic minds of New York duo Phyllis Ma and Josie Keefe – who explore food photography like no other, and give us a whole new perspective on plating. Easy Yum is available in full color for purchase in stores and online at Ooga Booga, located in Los Angeles. Try not to lick the pages.

Check out Lazy Mom’s awesome food gifs on tumblr!

Girls (2014) 

Girls Photoworks SF 08
Girls is the eighth issue of the Photoworks SF zine, originally published on February 14, 2014.
A collection of four stellar female photographers: Hana Haley, Vivian Fu, Wenxin Zhang, and Megan McIsaac, were chosen to represent the female voice in modern photography on the west coast. Each photographer has included a collection of their work, and a short piece on what it means to them to be a female photographer today.

Girls was designed, printed and bound by Hannah Louise Schuster of Little Paper Press.

Thanks Vision (2014)

Desilu Munoz is a photographer and arts writer of LA Taco. Her full color zine Thanks Vision features film photography from the streets of Los Angeles, shot with a Pentax K1000, Olympus XA2, Olympus Stylus, various disposable cameras and a Superheadz Black Slim Devil.

You can purchase Thanks Vision, and other zines made by Desilu, online at Applesauce Industries.
For more of Desilu’s photographs, follow her on Instagram.

Stop Asking Me About Amy, I Only Spent One Day With Her (2013)

On a hot summer day in Camden, photographer Valerie Phillips spent a day with the late Amy Winehouse. This now out of print zine was created in honor of Amy’s memory, but luckily you can check out the spread on Valerie’s website right here.

It was not an easy shoot. We ate ice-pops all day to keep cool. After Amy died people started to track me down, wanting my pictures, wanting my story, wanting something I would not give. I have no story about Amy. I did not know her. I put this Zine out with a love for the pictures we did on this one day. I don’t know why there are no pictures of the ice-pops. With respect.
– Valerie Phillips

Coffee And Portraits (2012)


Photographer and filmmaker, Julie Orlick shot 35mm portraits of her artist friends over twenty coffee shops and diners in Los Angeles. Coffee and Portraits is a black and white fiber print, saddle stitched zine, and is available for purchase on her website, or take a look at her zine in person at POP HOP bookstore, located in Monterrey Park.


Do you have a photo zine and would like to see it featured on Foto Infinitum?
Email me for future zine posts! Deadlines for submissions ends tomorrow October 10th.
But really, get em in by tomorrow.

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