Zeroxwallah zine is a visual errand, reminiscing the numerous visits to the zeroxwallah’s (copy-shops) in Fort (Mumbai). Its distinct yellow-black visual paraphernalia roped in with the indigenous fragments of the city of Mumbai gives it the status of a distinctive culture in itself. Be it the smell,the ink or the feel of the zeroxed paper, this exceedingly spontaneous, fanzine bids to stimulate all the senses in a way that a physical encounter of entering a ‘zerox ki dukaan’ (copy-shop in Mumbai)’ would. The method of production of the zine bears a similitude to the content with the intention of providing a hands-on feel.
Cover (inside + out) : black screenprint on yellow card.
Inside pages : yellow screenprint on photocopies.
14 pages (28sides) + Jumbo foldout + yellow screen-printed ‘Rice-plate’ bookmark.
Second edition of 140 copies.