Grim -3- December 2017
Grim is now becoming familiar to lots of you now (thank you so much for making this a success) and Grim 3 builds on the features of the previous 3 editions with my own photography with a mix of found materials and texts. And another ‘Nasty Little Vignette’ from dark, twisted writer Tracey Katz which in many ways binds the whole together.
Last month a few of you asked if a subscription were available. It is, just click this link to grab your subscription.
It’s important that I mention that money is no motivation here; the whole idea is to keep Grim cheap as possible to the point of throw-away, and the price reflects this. This is fun and experimental, and as long as printing and delivery costs are covered I’m happy. Remember it’s For Fun, Not Profit.
Testimonials from Grim customers:
Grim is like taking a nightmare and encasing it in glass – The imagery, the wording, all of which lend a hand to the destifying nightmare that’s so stunning if you let it be. The images, while potentially disturbed, are also the most beautiful, and captivating. The unwashed honesty of what you see in Grim, aswell as what’s not seen is what makes this so unique – You won’t be dissapointed!!
I recently purchased copies of Roberto Segate’s books: ‘Where the hideous is beautiful‘ and Grim. Hope it’s not too self indulgent as I feature in them, alongside some other beautiful models. Very strong and powerful imagery, with well chosen phrasing. These are not just books, these are art and I’m honoured to have been part of it. You are a master of your art and it really is a pleasure and an honour to work with you.
Roberto Segate into the darkness with youuuu….⭐️⭐️⭐️ASTOUNDING⭐️⭐️⭐️
absolutely love your printed babies😍😍😍 … I can’t wait for more of your amazing work to see!….AMAZINGLY TWISTED DARKTALES❤️…keep pushing! Keep pushing!⭐️⭐️⭐️!
Grim arrived today and I wasn’t disappointed. The depth of darkness together with a little subtle humour leaves me feeling uneasy. I was particularly impressed with the way that Roberto has hand stiched the book pages. That’s a nice touch!
I was brought up on dark art fanzines throughout college. This feels just the same, yes it’s a bit more polished but it still feels rough-and-ready. Bravo sir!
So damn beautiful.
To hold and turn pages of this is so lovely. Love your idea keep it up. 🙂 🙂