There is a 20 page article about Guruguru Eigakan inside with some rare concert photos featuring the original line-up. It's both an introduction of the band as well an attempt to tie together some of the themes in the band (visual & lyrical) to a historical context, exploring the Taisho era concept of Eroguro Nonsense and 1990s nostalgia revival among Japanese youth.
The zine also features a collection of collages I made with a Taisho Roman and Showa Retro aesthetic. I was inpsired a lot by Guruguru Eigakan flyers and CD booklet designs, drawing from old pre-WWII Japanese magazines combined with my own photographs of cityscapes.
You can find out more about the zine and purchase a copy here.
Thank you for taking a look! m(_ _)m