'A layered experiment in tropical art samizdat, collectivized cultural production, liberating the means of production, creating equal profit opportunities (alternative to exploitation in the cultural assembly line), and in decolonization via cottage industry print and Xerox. Featuring zines by ten artists from the Philippines.' - from the zine.

Contributors include Alfred Marasigan, Charles Salazar, Cru Camara, Czar Kristoff, Edreec Sanglap, Jem Magbanua, Joseph Pascual, Kevin Kunishi, Mac Andre Arboleda, Tammy David.

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