Dungeon is a pocket-sized zine edited by Matthew Newton and published by Poison Control in the winter of 2006. This one-shot zine features exclusive interviews, original essays, and site-specific artwork from both emerging and established writers, photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers. This first (and only) issue of Dungeon includes interviews with NYC-based photographer Peter Sutherland, British punk rock poet Attila the Stockbroker, Parisian illustrator Sophie Toulouse, and Australian street artist The Yok. The full-color gallery section introduces the work of Owl Barnes, an illustrator and graphic designer hailing from the rust belt city of Pittsburgh. And, last but not least, this inaugural issue showcases a series of essays written by William Baume and Matthew Newton.
Specs: Dungeon is a small format book (5.5” x 4.25”) and features a surplus of artwork, interviews, and essays in its 40 plus pages. The zine is staple bound and printed on 70 lb paper with recycled card stock covers.
*Dungeon is still available for purchase through DoNotDestroy.
(Photograph: Variant editions of Dungeon; cover art by Owl Barnes)