• CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ISSUE EIGHT!

    Are you creative? Do you love to make things by hand, or do things the ‘old fashioned’ way? Then what are you waiting for? Now’s the time to submit your shit!¬† The 8th print issue of ANON Magazine is an extra special one because this zine is all about D.I.Y. We want to see what you’ve made by hand, whether it be rap lyrics embroidered on vintage lingerie, a cut out collage of outer space, or the inside of your journal – we want to see it! Instead of just submitting a poem, submit a poem you’ve collaged with cutout letters from magazines. And instead of just submitting your photography,…

  • SHE’S FULL OF SECRETS: TWIN PEAKS’ ZINE ISSUE SUBMISSIONS

      In anticipation of the new season, we’re gearing up to release a mini-zine related to all things Twin Peaks before the show’s May 21st premiere date! Submissions are now open to send us your Twin Peaks-inspired creativity, from poetry to short stories, photoshoots to interviews, comics to artwork/illustrations, damn fine cherry pie recipes to stream-of-consciousness pieces — if it fits on paper we’d love to see it! Please send all original work to Becky & Trish at anonmagazine1@gmail.com (in the highest resolution possible) by SUNDAY, APRIL 9TH. If you have a title and/or inspiration for your work feel free to send that over as well. If you have any…

  • SUBMIT TO US: ANON ISSUE SEVEN

    Issue 7 of ANON is in the works, and we are looking for your latest and greatest work to feature! We want to see your (film) photography, art, written stuffs, comics and anything else you can possibly print on paper. The theme for this issue is¬†PERFECTION. Take it, think about it, do with it what you will. What does perfection mean to you? How does perfection affect your life or the lives of the people around you? What does perfection look like? What is the opposite of perfection? Is it a worthy cause to strive for perfection? Submit your work to Becky & Trish at anonmagazine1@gmail.com in a high quality…

  • The Art of Art-o-Mat

    Bucks County Free Library, Doylestown PA   With the increase of public smoking bans, the use for cigarette vending machines are at an all time low. However, artist Clark Whittington decided to put these metal boxes to good use after noticing a friend had a Pavlovian experience when hearing cellophane crinkle. Upon hearing the opening of a snack package, they had the uncontrollable urge to purchase one as well. In June of 1997, Whittington set up an art show at a cafe in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, using a banned cigarette machine to create the first Art-o-mat. The machine included his black & white photography, mounted on a block and sold…