September 30, 2008


Clockwise from top left: Chris and Steph check out attendees "hate faces"; Karla and I wonder what you're lookin' at; the night was a blur; copies of PIMF2, with ketchup.

Item! Friday marked the launch of the second issue of local creative zine A
Paw In My Face, held once again at the venerable Kings Head Pub. One year after the release of PIMF's inaugural book ­ themed "love" ­ the companion "hate" issue will now hit up select locations across Osborne Village and the Exchange District. The book's varied submissions range from poetry and written rants to photography, design and illustration, and were once again lovingly mashed together by PIMF co-founder Chris Pointon (with assistance from Issue 2 co-editor Stephanie Besselt-O'Leary).

A wall-to-wall online version, in all its tastiness, can be devoured here.

I submitted this, eons ago it seems, in case you don't remember.

1 comment:

Adrian J.K. Shum, LGDC said...

Very cool stuff! Keep it coming!