Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Monday, 2 December 2013

Future Fantasteek! free on ibooks

I've just made Future Fantasteek! Nos. 14 and 15 available to view on ibooks via an ipad.
You can download both issues for free from itunes.

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The Mini-Tour Catalogue celebrating the first 10 issues of Future Fantasteek! is also available to download from itunes.



On itunes (if you search 'Jackie Batey' ) you'll also find an interview I did with Grey Art Lab Gallery in Minneapolis earlier in the year for their 'Secrets' exhibition.






Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Future Fantasteek! No.15


Softback zine laser printed in black & white on cream and blue (for a boy) paper.
A5 size with 20 printed pages, saddle-stitched.
Manilla cover in laserprint black with hand-pulled yellow sérigraphie screen print.
Brighton, July 2013, edition size of 40.



Issue No.15 Here Comes Another One
What's been happening in the BIG WIDE WORLD... Who cares!
Look at the BABY that'll take your mind off things, the Welfare State can cope with one more...

To read online click here: http://issuu.com/futurefantasteek/docs/ff15_id_finished



This issue is also available free from the ibooks store...







Here's issue no.15 'Here Comes Another One' being printed.
For a change I printed the cover using a 30yr old serigraphie  (French children's mini screen print toy).
It prints a bit erratically (or maybe that was me) using cut out paper stencils.


Here's how they came out, I printed yellow on brown wrapping paper, after laser printing the black first.





Sunday, 14 April 2013

Future Fantasteek! No.13 and No.14 are being shown as part of Project 2013.

Future Fantasteek! issues No.13 and No.14 are being shown as part of Project 2013.


http://www.caferoyalbooks.com/index.php/project/international-communication-project/

"You are invited to the preview of the 2013 Project.
Books, photographs, and drawings from over 20 countries sharing common themes of communication and dissemination will be displayed at Hanover Project - the University of Central Lancashire. To mark the event I am publishing a series of books: Words, Drawings, Photographs, and Publications. These titles will be launched at the preview event. Words is a collection of essays by leading practitioners and researchers - Sarah Bodman, Jörg Colberg and Lawrence Zeegen. The preview will be preceded by a talk, arranged by Dr Mat Gregory. from Turner Prize winning artist, Martin Creed.

Tuesday April 16th.
Talk: 3.00pm
Foster Building, Lecture Theatre 3, off Kendal Street, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. Spaces are limited and will be available on a first come first served basis.
Preview: 4.30pm - 7.00pm

Install - open for public viewing but partial exhibition 11.04.13 - 08.05.13
Full exhibition 16.04.13 - 03.05.13 10.00am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday

Hanover Project, Hanover Building, off Bhailok Street, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. Refreshments will be available. More details about the 2013 Project, and other Café Royal Projects can be seen here. Both events are funded by the Contemporary Arts Development Group."
Text from Cafe Royal Website.


Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Gold Room Portsmouth Zine Fair


The Gold Room in Portsmouth are holding their first zine fair on Sat 31st March.
There will be zine swaps, talks and an exhibition. On show are a selection of art-zines loaned from the University of Portsmouth's Zineopolis collection. Future Fantasteek! No.13 is included in this show.



Sunday, 24 February 2013

Future Fantasteek! No.14


Softback Zine printed in colour on cream paper. 
A5 size with 20 printed pages, saddle-stitched.
Day-glo cover in either pink, orange or green with day-glo star sticker.
Brighton, Feb 2013, edition size of 40.



Issue No.14 Unexpected Item in Bagging Area
So, why the long face? Have you been eating something suspicious... Damp Flat Products obviously deny everything and unlike Tesco - we're NOT SORRY. BUT, cheer-up! The economy is still circling-the-drain and Americans still like shooting each other (SHOCK), and everyone else wants to blow each other up - from and Xbox. Fancy some Soylent Green?

To read online click here: http://issuu.com/futurefantasteek/docs/ff14




Also available to download for free from the ibooks store









You can now read Future Fantasteek! No.14 at the following locations:

  • Artists’ Book Collection, Tate Britain, Millbank, London, UK
  • Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Chicago, IL, USA
  • Texas A&M University (TAMU), Bryan, TX, USA
  • UK non-literary publications, 1914-present, The British Library, London, UK
  • Colorado College Special Collections, Colorado Springs, CO, USA
  • INIVA - (Institute of International Visual Arts), Rivington Place, London, UK
  • Library, London College of Communication, London, UK
  • Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Florida Atlantic University Library, Boca Raton, FL, USA
  • Bedeteca de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Reed College Library, Portland, OR, USA
  • Booklyn (zine collection), Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Browne Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green State University, OH , USA
  • The Library Hereford College of Arts, Hereford, UK
  • Texas A&M University, Bryan, TX, USA
  • Paper Cut Zine Library, Cambridge MA, USA
  • Eton College Library, Windsor, UK
  • Newark Public Library, Newark, NJ, USA
  • Book Arts & Special Collections, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, CA, USA
  • National Art Library, Word & Image Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
  • Biblioteca Municipal Josep Badia i Moret, Barcelona, SPAIN
  • Duke University, Durham NC, USA
  • Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE, Bristol, UK
  • Project 2013, Cafe Royal Zines, University of Central Lancashire, UK
  • The Culture Archive, Brighton, UK


Great to see Future Fantasteek! No.14
celebrating zine week at Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Florida Atlantic University Libraries, in July last year.

Issue No.14  Unexpected Item in Bagging Area...
Is now being produced in an edition of 40 and will be ready to order by mid-Feb.
This issue has 3 possible colour covers, all day-glo.