4pp Cover onto 250gsm Silk
(2pp flap folding back in)
Matt Lamination to outer
94pp Text onto 120gsm Uncoated
Four colour print throughout
Trimmed, collated and perfect bound
Collate the CD into book pocket, add tattoo and collate all into orange envelope.
In the vibrant world of music and print, there exists a symphony that resonates with rhythm and radiates visual appeal. The “CRI Juvenile Album Zine”, a masterpiece of Album Release Limited Edition Zine, is a harmonious blend of melodies captured in print and a testament to the inventive spirit of Ex Why Zed.
Crafted to the dimensions of an A5 book, the “CRI Juvenile Album Zine” strikes a chord with its unique design and tactile feel. The 4-page cover, printed on 250gsm Silk with a matt lamination on the outer, sets the tone for the immersive journey that awaits within. With a 2-page flap folding back in, the cover reveals an intriguing prelude to the album’s narrative.
The heart of this zine is its 94-page text, printed on 120gsm uncoated paper. The four-colour print throughout vibrantly illustrates the soulful journey of the album, allowing readers to visually experience the rhythm and resonance of CRI’s “Juvenile”. Each page is meticulously trimmed, collated, and perfect bound, ensuring a seamless and engaging reading experience.
But the “CRI Juvenile Album Zine” is more than just a zine print. It’s a collector’s delight, a treasure trove of exclusive goodies that amplify the joy of owning this limited edition set. Along with the zine, the package includes the ‘Juvenile’ album CD, pressed at Sony, and an exclusive ‘Juvenile’ temporary tattoo sheet, all lovingly packaged in an orange bubble envelope.
In the world of music zine printing, the “CRI Juvenile Album Zine” stands out as a harmonious fusion of auditory and visual storytelling. Similar to projects like No Cold Callers and Bristol Germ Issue 2, this project demonstrates how Ex Why Zed can transform an auditory experience into a tangible piece of art.
The creation of this album zine reaffirms Ex Why Zed’s commitment to delivering quality and exceeding client expectations, as showcased in projects like So Young Issue 29 and Zine Printing with a Shine.
Through the pages of the “CRI Juvenile Album Zine”, Ex Why Zed orchestrates a symphony of print that resonates with rhythm and visual appeal. ????????
The journey of Ex Why Zed in the world of zine and album printing is studded with numerous unique projects. The Wrecking Europe zine, with its transatlantic journey from the USA to Europe made use of our international shipping, while the Lost and Found Magazine serves as a testament to the versatility of UK printing services.
From musical narratives to creative storytelling, Ex Why Zed has breathed life into a range of diverse projects. The George Ezra ‘Gold Rush Kid’ Album Zine and Vevo DSCVR ‘Ones to Watch’ Magazines amplify the fusion of music and print, creating a harmonious blend of auditory and visual storytelling. In the realm of creative writing, the Crafting Visions of Tomorrow magazine stands as a testament to the power of imagination and the allure of the written word.
Not one to be confined to a single genre, Ex Why Zed has also ventured into the world of comics and music zines. The BOSH! Magazine Jungle Edition brings the adventures of the jungle to life in vibrant print, while the Still Listening Music Zine resonates with rhythmic narratives and sonic stories, echoing the ethos of Ex Why Zed’s commitment to delivering quality and exceeding client expectations.