Americana zine is a black and red hand screen printed artbook, signed and numbered from 1/50 to 50/50. Through a combination of picture and graphic design, it explores the aesthetic of the Jefferson's family.
This zine is a nice addition to your curated art accessories. It was printed on off-white mohawk paper and fits perfectly as a photography table book.
9 x 6 in
22.86 x 15.24 cm
Edition of 50, numbered 1/50 to 50/50
The 2020 pandemic has been blamed for many unbalanced injustices. The series, Americana, introduces a fictional family and reflects the changes in the world and the inevitable unintended consequences such as disparity in wealth and power while using a humorous twist.
Edition of 50 numbered 1/50 to 50/50
Published by PDTSTUDIO
In Montréal, QC
9 x 6 inches (22.86 x 15.24 cm)
Signed and numbered
Stitched with black thread
Mohawk warm white, 80 pt. text
Black, red, and warm white
(B. 1983) Jean Malek is an award-winning director and photographer. His work is influenced by box office and indie movies, fashion, and fine art photography, often blurring the boundaries between fields and genres. Rooted in storytelling, Malek’s approach is driven by irreverence, subversiveness, and eclectic cultural references. His evocative staged photographs often push the limits of good taste to create arresting images that comment on social, political, and economic issues. Malek often pulls from the world of cinema, imagining compelling characters that hint at a larger narrative in a single shot. His work is always quintessentially contemporary and larger-than-life.
Visit the artist's website to learn more.
Delivered with a screen-printed shipping envelope.