Do you spend a  Facebook comments, Youtube posts, Flickr and Google images, emails, and whatever else the internet proposes to shine a light on other people’s lives? Kelli Miller and Kendra Eash do. And that’s how they made Post Comment Below, a brand new zine that gathers online communications and images, mashes them together to give you a snapshot of current culture. The result is absurdity, humour, politics and the meanders of public and personal life.

With physical publishing showing no signs of losing its appeal, this is another example of creative individuals making use of the wealth of resources now available to them to print imaginative, unconventional publications, much like the Anonymous Press that we looked at a few weeks ago.

The third and latest issue of Post Comment Below is “Sex, Drugs and Robots” and is available here.