JIMMY Issue #4: Tilt-Shift LA
JIMMY, a queer zine from California, is a forty-to-fifty page, 5.25″x8.25″ postcard from the L.A. underground.
With the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time initiative turning all heads to the wealth of art in Los Angeles, JIMMY the zine decided to band wagon that momentum and celebrate some of the best queer artists in our fine city. We’ve partnered with Darin Klein’s exhibition “Tilt-Shift LA: New Queer Perspectives on the Western Edge” to feature works by its same collective of queer voices and autobiographical stories about their lives in LA.
Independently published in the hills of Silver Lake and the heart of Hollywood, this quarterly explores the rich and diverse creative talents of the sprawling city of Los Angeles. Through photo editorials, interviews, art, and articles it discovers and promotes L.A.’s underground queer community. In a blog-cluttered world, JIMMY stands as a printed history, preserving and documenting a unique and city-specific cultural moment.
JIMMY Issue Number 4: Tilt-Shift LA
Details: 5.5″x8.5″ | 88 pages | black & white with glossy color cover | Published in Los Angeles, California, USA | March 2012 | $10.00