Mystery Meat zine is a collaborative art magazine edited by a handful of RIT photography students. The work is strong but what stands out is the care in the presentation: perfect bound but then hand stamped and stenciled covers, transparent overlays throughout the book and high quality image reproduction. For $20.
From the editor's note:
"Mystery Meat is a curation of of what we believe to be a commentary on contemporary image making in the 21st century. Spanning the scope of photography, collage, digital manipulation, and digital integration MM aims to bring together artist and viewer alike in an open dialogue on the expansive approaches we take to understand the world around us. Please take your time and enjoy."
2015, self published, 8.5 x 11 inches, 54 pages, color, perfect bound with hand accents.