Print Fetish is a weblog featuring news, information, reviews and history on the subjects of beautiful magazines, self-published ‘zines, handmade books, small press, comix, art books and miscellaneous printed ephemera. The site features daily reviews of new titles, trends, updates on events and interviews with fascinating people in the field of print media.

Celebrating beauty in print, the blog hopes to keep worthwhile print alive (while at the same time hoping the internet manages to do away with ugly consumerist magazines and newspapers). In their own words “when we talk about beauty, we’re not simply talking about what it it looks like, but its point of view and editorial whole. We hope we can spread the word on these beautiful objects, and get you to spend money on them, rather than the average condy nasty.”

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