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Recap: The 4th Annual I.E. Zine Fest

10:49 AM PST on November 5, 2015

The yearly zine I.E. Zine fest put on by the good people of a Shop Called Quest brings art patrons and curious onlookers from all over southern California. It was a beautiful day in the Inland Empire, and dozens of vendors brought out their wares to share with everyone. As always As Issued curates some of the best zines and books around. The always smiling store owners DJ and Ale are always ready and equipped to share their knowledge with anyone who stops by to chat, by suggesting things one might be interested in.

Some of our favorite tables were Freeways Collide where their interesting photography is given the perfect stage with their well designed layouts and great titles. Influenza is always there ready to share their witty takes on biking, art, photography and all things they find interesting. L.A. Taco's head photographer Erwin Recinos was on the scene with a table packed of heavy hitters made by himself, Sean Maung and of course the most talented and promising Rosie One. We can definitely say the I.E. zine fest is something to look forward to every year. View the gallery of photos below for more!
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