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Crap Hound - Additions 2023
The Black Cats Mini Issue and All Past Inserts Combined

Behold! For the second time in three years, Sean has made an “Additions” issue. This one contains 20 pages of Suns, Moons & Stars, 14 of Superstition, 24 of Hearts & Eyes, 20 of Books & Bees, and 17 of Death, Phones, & Scissors.

Additions 2023 feature all-new materials that couldn't fit in the original issues due to space and time issues. The result is a surprisingly enjoyable cross-polination of topics all in one fantastic issue.

Each page of Crap Hound is a treat to the eyes. Design-types will appreciate the incredible attention to detail of tessellation, and how each page tells a story all its own. Crafty-types and Xerox-jockeys will enjoy taking scissors to its pages and refashioning their own works.  Tattoo artists will revel in the iconography on each page.

This is 112 pages of of goodness in one single staple-bound volume.

Size: 8.5" x 11"
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Sean Tejaratchi is an American graphic designer, art director and writer.

He is currently based in Los Angeles, but cut his teeth working on alt-weeklies in Portland, Oregon in the 90s.

Sean is known for creating the clip art zine Crap Hound, and was voted one of "The 25 Funniest People on Twitter" by Rolling Stone in 2012. He also is known for the blog LiarTownUSA that defined what a modern satirist is in the early 2000s.

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Behold!

For the second time in three years, Iíve finished an ďAdditionsĒ issue. This one contains 20 pages of Suns, Moons & Stars, 14 of Superstition, 24 of Hearts & Eyes, 20 of Books & Bees, and 17 of Death, Phones, & Scissors.

This multi-topic format has been surprisingly enjoyable. If Iíd thought of the approach earlier, I couldíve skipped previous strategies of revisiting past topics: breaking issues into two parts, adding pages to later editions, or including a separate addendum. With the new approach of bundling several topics in dedicated ďAdditionsĒ issues, I can focus on the topics that have adequate material, setting aside more recently covered (or more slowly acquired) topics until theyíre ready.

Iím able to cherry-pick the best new images, building pages and finished spreads at my leisure. And as a final bonus, the freedom from deadlines lets me experiment on layouts, trying things Iíve long considered but never got around to.

The center spread of this issue is a perfect example.

The four typefaces in the back of this issue were all taken from old advertising materials. None had names, so I did the honors.

Well, it looks like Iíve reached the end of the limited space I intentionally left for an intro this time around.

Thatís it for now, friendo. Enjoy this second

Additions issue, and thank you for reading!

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