Immersing oneself in the underground music scene can feel like an exploration of a hidden treasure trove. “Lost and Found Zine” encapsulates this spirit of discovery, and this case study will delve into how it was brought to life through zine printing UK delivery.
“Lost and Found Zine” originated from a simple yet powerful idea: to shine a light on bands emerging from the underground music scene. To transform this idea into a tangible form, the creators turned to ExWhyZed, a revered name in zine printing in the UK.
The result of this collaboration was an A5 booklet, the perfect medium for the visual symphony that was about to unfold. The 4pp cover, printed onto 200gsm uncoated paper, and the 20pp text printed onto 115gsm uncoated paper, were the perfect canvas for the zine’s exclusive artwork, photography, interviews, and reviews. The black print throughout added a touch of sophistication, and the final piece was trimmed, collated, and wire stitched, ready to make its mark in the world of photography zine printing.
ExWhyZed’s repertoire extends beyond “Lost and Found Zine.” Their work on projects such as the Wolf Alice tour zines, Shellsuit Zombie, and Young Issue 20 echoes their unwavering commitment to quality zine printing. Furthermore, the Bristol Germ Issue 2 Music Zine and the George Ezra Gold Rush Kid Album Zine serve as vivid illustrations of their ability to capture the essence of the music scene in print form.
With its limited print runs, “Lost and Found Zine” quickly became a cherished item among music lovers. Its simple, attention-grabbing monotone design and superb masthead resonated with its readers, offering them a front row seat to the latest and greatest bands of our generation. It stands as a testament to ExWhyZed’s commitment to delivering high-quality zine printing at fair pricing with UK and US delivery services, making them the perfect partner for your next zine creation venture.
We were delighted to be chosen to print the new edition of @lafmagazine. The music zine came at a challenging time but one full of potential for bands and live venues. Enjoy interviews with @hotelluxband @TEEVEE_PRIEST @pva_are_ok and @damefris plus content on the upcoming work from @fontainesdublin.
To read more about your favourite bands and new talent you haven’t discovered yet, check out https://lostandfoundmagazine.com/