Oct 23, 2014

Crosta Brava

Crosta Brava is the name of the last photozine from Carles Palacio, a photographer from Girona we already work with in two previous zines: Capitalismo Barbarie and Agno3.


This work, relates to a summary of a previous long (and on-going) work of "shoots of the territory" with different atmospheres, climates and geographies. This one, specifically focused on Costa Brava, the north coast of Catalonia, a beautifull and also damaged coast, with two important natural parks: Cap de Creus and Illes Medes.


You will also notice another natural environment, located a little far from the coast but still in the same line of sight as the other images: the lake of banyoles.


The title is a pun. “Crosta” (Crust) and “Costa” (Coast) have practically the same pronunciation in catalan, but crosta sounds more forceful, unromantic and, sometimes, even rude. Brave Crust.


Oct 22, 2014

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All photos from the post by Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Huarte

Juan Pablo Huércanos has been working hard for this exhibition, now available to see at the Centro Huarte (Huarte, Navarra). The exhibition/project has more than 300 self-published projects, which reflect the reality of a scene characterized by heterogeneity and agility, articulated in four key areas: hybrid books, publications related to photography and image edits, drawings / illustration and artzines accompanied, in some cases, with other complementary expressions.


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The Bad Weather press zone with two big posters by Robert Roura

Juan Pablo Huércanos presenting the exhibition

Oct 20, 2014

VA/BF 2014

Vancouver skyline from Stanley park

Views of the city from the Vancouver Lookout


Two weeks ago we were at the Vancouver Art/Book Fair, a event produced by Project Space that has completely consolidated as the most interesting fair on the NW Pacific coast.

Last year, we sent some photozines and this year, some of you could see them exhibited in one of the Vancouver Art Gallery floors, exactly at the New Understandings of Space. But we weren't satisfied, so this year we decided to go with all the available material (specially new stuff) and say hi to all the people in Vancouver! Here a photographic resume of the three days of exhibition.

The VA/BF archive: New understandigs of Space

Thanks to everyone, specially to Tracy Stefanucci for the good job with the fair and Ted Feighan for the patience (he was my table-neighbor). Also to all the exhibitors that, at one point or another we exchanged some words (specially the last day at night :D)

Gumhead (2014) by Douglas Coupland (Canadian, 1961). Temporally on the VAG garden.

The Outer Space Mobile gallery. Super good!

The desk.

Some people really interested in our stuff.

The VA/BF ended on The Cambie bar. A nice place.

Sep 19, 2014

October fairs: VA/BF & FLIA


Yes, October is going to start really nice. Two fairs at the same weekend: the fist one in Vancouver, were will be selling out all of the stuff, including the risograph posters from Robert Roura's exhibition at Fatbottom Bookstore.


The fair takes place the 4th and 5th of October at the Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street. Opening hours will be from 12:00 to 17:00 (12pm to 5pm). So, if you are from the west side of Canada or from Seattle (and surroundings) is a nice and unique chance to say hi and buy some of our photozines, comics and foils.

VA/BF 2013, photo from Project Space

VA/BF 2013, photo from Project Space

But if you are in Barcelona, or near, you MUST go to the FLIA, were you will find all the new stuff we have ready for you! We already been there the last year and was really interesting. A small cozy park in Vallcarca, at one minute from the subway (L3), and a very friendly neigbrhood.


FLIA is going take place only saturday 4th October from 10:00 (10am) untill... hehehe, next day maybe? Here some pictures from the past edition!


Sep 17, 2014

L'Aparador (El Prat)

This sunday Next sunday 28th of September we are going to be at l'Aparador, a multidisciplinary fair which this year have put special interest in fanzines and selfpublishing print stuff. We will be there, and hopefully with something new!

Poster 2013 edition

The fair takes place Sunday 28 at the village city of El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona), from 10:00 to 20:00. You will find the tables between Pau Casals square and Verge de la Monsterrat avenue.


Stuff from the photo: Silent Cromatism, Caravan (sold out), Capitalismo Barbarie (last ones!), Northwestern Wild, Altres tafaners, Natureza Luz Homem, Christopher discovered america by mistake (sold out), 2pm 6am and Bright on 30.

Jul 18, 2014

Northwestern wild by Paula Prats


In trip to Canada, in a small island near Vancouver, Paula Prats begins a visual narrative story in a subjective way, shooting all the incidents that happen around focusing on elements that make the place unique.



Sunbeams through the trees, wooden shelters, the shore and sometimes, the disturbing presence of somebody hiding his face are an example of this enigmatic story Paula tries to show.


Northwestern wild is the name of this first photozine we published from Paula Prats, a young valencian highly motivated photographer with a solid experience and several collective and individual exhibitions throughout the world. You can use our online shop here to buy one, or check our usual bookstores.


With the first 50 photozines, we include a free mini booklet printed by Do The Print, a nice risography studio in Barcelona who rightly suggested that flower seeds paper to print the booklet. Hurry, after the presentation of the photozine in the Gutter Fest, we only have a few!


Jul 11, 2014

Lumix 2014: festival für jungen fotojournalismus

For the fourth time, the world's best up-and-coming photographers were in Hannover, on the Lumix young photojournalism fair showing their best stuff to all the visitors: students, interested people, amateur and professional photographers.

Photo by Philipp Jeske

Assembling the expos in pavilions / Photo: China Hopson

From 18 to 22 June 2014, the newly founded Association for the Promotion of Photography in Hannover, along with Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts and with the support of the Freelens photographers association, transformed the former Expo2000 grounds into a huge photography show with 60 previously selected reportages.

DJU stand / Photo: ifranz flickr

Outdoor expo / Photo: Agata Szymanska-Medina

The list of the high-ranking awards which have been won by many of this year's Lumix participants is long: Picture of the Year, Unicef Photo of the Year and the Sony World Photography Award. Ten of the participants have already won the World Press Photo Award, the Oscar of the photography industry, including (among others) Julius Schrank (Kollektiv25), a photography student at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, who won first prize in the category 'Daily Life' in 2014. (Let's be clear, la crème-de-la-crème of photojournalism).

Entrance / Photo: Tetenal

Technical showroom / Photo: Ekaterina Solovieva

Parallel to the festival, there was a Technical showroom on the atrium of the Design Center, this space included 30 exhibitors of the Photography industry and some photobook publishers. In here, we were happy to see Ekaterina’s photobook “Pilgrimage” (ПАЛОМНИКИ). You can still orther the few photozines we have on Bad Weather Press online shop!

Pilgrimage photozine and silvergelatine prints / Photo: Ekaterina Solovieva

Pilgrimage photozine by Ekaterina Solovieva