Behold! The first issue of the world's first "quaranzine," a madcap collection of memes, images, poetry, and essays, grabbed from the interwebs and assembled into a oddball work of art.
Completely hand-made in the USA, the 308 Gazette is a monthly quaranzine that tries to make sense of this bizarre, histroic moment in American history by collecting all the random shit our society barfs onto the internet, interspersed with gorgeous poetry and essays.
Every issue has a maximum numbered print run of 30, is printed on a standard home printer, assembled by hand, and bound by a piece of twine. It's about as rough and DIY as you can get, but a ton of fun nonetheless.