One day I came home to find Daft Punk standing in front of my door. The two of them stood side-by-side, wearing matching metallic jumpsuits, and helmets that obscured their identity. They were nodding their heads, and bopping their knees, and blocking me from going inside.
We stopped by The Pop-Hop a few weekends ago for the final celebration of our 3rd issue, PUNKS & Scholars.
The very place our DUM box was screen printed, it was only appropriate to cycle back and bid the issue farewell with all our pals. Thank you so much to everybody who was present in...
A limited edition zine made for FEMME SOUP, an all female mixed media art and music festival taking place this Saturday, April 6 at Nomad Studios in Los Angeles.
The "Panphobia" zine will be available for sale at DUM DUM Zine's table at the event, and will be displayed in the gallery alongside art from...
DUM DUM Zine is back after our Issue No. 3 release with a little April Fool's Day nightcap, featuring a punk chain by the inimitable Fred Sasaki.
Oh what a DUM night. Photos by AlextheBrown
! For even more photos, check out L.A. Record's LIVE REVIEW
, and Summer Fun Time Society Photo Booth Pix
(by Christina "Yo Teach" Nersesian).
GET DUM with us tonight; check out our Facebook invite
. It all kicks off at 7pm with a DJ, readings at 7:30, and the first band at 8:15. See you on the flipside, Dummy.
This contract comes to you from Issue 3 contributor Absis Minas, whose piece "Conversation about Pies, War & Suicide" appears in PUNKS & Scholars. The punks in us had to post this after having spent 4 days straight tabling oh so scholarly at MoCA last week.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Each day since our debut at LA Art Book Fair, we've been posting "Letters from our Objects," wherein we ask the creators of our Issue 3 objects to comment on their contribution to the zine. With only a day left until our festival-sized release party at Echo Country Outpost,
we now give you...
Rebekah Weikel is a publisher and project curator. She operates Penny-Ante Editions
out of Los Angeles, and her contribution to DUM DUM Issue No. 3 is this lovely cassette recording.
An Angelino artist with an eye for architecture and design, Pedro has been part of the DUM DUM initiative since inception. Plus we’ve been in love with his photo collection + caption series entitled Palm Readings
, so we asked him to design an object from his year-long journey of documenting palm trees using only a handful of...
Each copy of DUM DUM Issue No. 3 comes with a Dum Dum Pop inside. The raddest coincidence ever, since we recently discovered that our official logo
illustrator, Hannah K. Lee
, collects wrappers! Here's a slideshow of her scans.
Poop and Art?! Our friend and artist Suzanne Oshinsky's been asking people to talk about their bathroom art for her contribution to Issue 3, Talking About Art While Pooping. An interview series that asks people to discuss the way in which they curate their bathroom is exactly the kind of low and high brow...