Zine Review: Grilled II
This article was posted by Kelso 1 year, 2 weeks, 5 days, 3 hours, 17 minutes ago.
Grilled II by Sabeth718 aka Ray Mock picks up exactly where the first issue left off, the grimy underbelly of NYC. The expected series of zines are exclusively comprised of photographs of graffiti covered NYC doorways, a nice supplement to Sabeth’s other title “Carnage”. The newest issue of Grilled has a similarly conspicuous cover, this time offset printed in black on silver stock and contains over 60 pages of gritty graffiti doorway visual stimuli that you never really tire of looking as you will discover something new every time you do.
Additionally several of the pages are full color, an aesthetic upgrade that does not go unappreciated as its obvious that many of the full color flix were carefully selected for their vibrant contrasty technicolor nature. Made in a limited hand numbered edition of 300 and dawning the slogan “True Grit”, Grilled II imbues both beauty and intrigue into some of the nastiest and presumably piss covered city crevices one could imagine.
This is the newest zine out by Sabeth718; it is $12.00 and it’s available at carnagenyc.bigcartel.com, along with a shirt based on the cover design.