London Street Art Design (LSD) Free Magazine

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  1. J1Sproductions

    J1Sproductions Member

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    This is an excellent free magazine download.

    Part 2 released today focuses on Acid House. The magazine also has loads of up to date photos of street art.

    http://www.londonstreetartdesign.com/
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Looks big will check this out tonight :)
     
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    moved to waffle
     
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    Sammy_Dodger Mr Ed

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    ill have a gander whilst i fill my belly!
     
  5. J1Sproductions

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    Yeah, it's big - approx 400 pages. the last one was approx 300 pages.

    Loads of interviews with the producers, dj's and ravers from back in the day. Includes Mickey Finn & Chalkey White amongst loads of others.

    It reminds me a lot of Eternity magazine if anyone remembers that.
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Hold on is this a Graffiti Mag or a Music Mag? or maybe both?
     
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    Sammy_Dodger Mr Ed

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    its cool...but im a bit put off by the cheesy mid ninety style clipart-esk graphics...

    for an art magazine it could be better designed...

    but props for the freebee...im just giving my honest oppinion thats all! :)
     
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    I agree with you entirely. Eternity magazine was the same! Wordart ftw! (although Eternity at least had the excuse of being made in the mid 90's).

    At least the creators are going to the trouble of putting something together and getting it out there which is all good and more than I have ever done.

    PS the mag is nothing to do with me, just spreading the link. Thought it would be interesting for dnb noobs to see some articles on how the scene started in the uk too.
     
  9. siriusly5

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    Hi guys - we produce the magazine - we're both out of the illegal warehouse scene and new to the art and new to magazines - interested in your criticism - not sure what you mean though - too busy out of our heads and and doing massive parties in the 90's to have seen any art mags - but if you could please go into more detail about whats wrong with it - we'd love to know