Measures 5.5 x 7.25 inches. 48-page, multi-color perfect bound zine.
Printed by Tiny Splendor and made with La RRD, this risograph zine featuring 45 artists displays a beautiful array of imagery and embodies the artistry of what it means to be a clown.
Via Tiny Splendor: In many parts of the world clowns are the least popular, studied or understood.
Humor is an important object of study within popular creation, since it derives cultural expressions such as rituals, festivities, myths or carnivals.
Clowns are part of these expressions, since they have been present in history since the Middle Ages in the carnivals, in the sixteenth century entertaining the kings, later being a main character in the circuses, until today we see them doing street acts.
This is why we dedicate this compilation of drawings to all clowns; the artists condemned with the smile, and to walk between the most ironic tragedy and the hypocrisy of reality.
Thanks to everyone who sent us their drawings for this fanzine.