Zines tend to be on the fringes of mainstream publication, and Harry Malt's 'Bare Bones' quarterly art zine is on the fringe of the fringe. Dazed Digital described the publication as having a "provocative image-based anti-everything editorial style."
This issue is centered on New York City. Check out the gallery to view some of the contributions to this 'Bare Bones' issue, including a drawing by Neal Fox of Charles Bukowski beating up Mickey Mouse. Anti-everything, indeed.
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