STEVE LARDER ILLUSTRATION.

Illustrator, author of Rum Lad zine and racket maker.
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New illustration print available from my shop.  Based on scenery in the Derbyshire Peak District.

New illustration print available from my shop.  Based on scenery in the Derbyshire Peak District.

Got my mits on a copy of this today, read it in full on the sly at my day job.  So, so good.

Got my mits on a copy of this today, read it in full on the sly at my day job. So, so good.

A busy summer’s day in Nottingham’s city centre.  Buy a print of it here.

A busy summer’s day in Nottingham’s city centre.  Buy a print of it here.

Sketching.

Sketching.

JT Soar, a great DIY run space in Nottingham.  Currently, they are making their studio larger and building sleeping bunks for bands.  Yuh!

JT Soar, a great DIY run space in Nottingham.  Currently, they are making their studio larger and building sleeping bunks for bands.  Yuh!

Interior illustration of Rob’s Records, a well-known spot for vinyl hunters in Nottingham.  I’ve spent many hours rifling through the stacks of 2nd hand stock in here, my best discovery (so far) has to be Neurosis’ Souls as Zero for £4.

You can buy this print from my shop, if you like.

Interior illustration of Rob’s Records, a well-known spot for vinyl hunters in Nottingham.  I’ve spent many hours rifling through the stacks of 2nd hand stock in here, my best discovery (so far) has to be Neurosis’ Souls as Zero for £4.

You can buy this print from my shop, if you like.

Nottingham’s market, though hidden inside the Victoria centre, is a pleasant spot to wander around in.   I visit this place regularly.

Nottingham’s market, though hidden inside the Victoria centre, is a pleasant spot to wander around in. I visit this place regularly.

Nottingham.

Nottingham.

Broad street, Nottingham, featuring the great Lee Rosy’s tea shop.

Broad street, Nottingham, featuring the great Lee Rosy’s tea shop.

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THE STICKY INSTITUTE

The Sticky Institute is all about zine culture. Think Richard Neville and Martin Sharp, think counterculture, think 1960’s underground press. And indeed, a small shop aptly located in the Melbourne underground - Campbell Arcade - Sticky’s will transport you back into an era of badge-making, typewriters, and print with attitude. Spend a couple of hours of your Saturday perusing the shelves which are stocked with independent zine titles. 

Sticky is shop 10 in Campbell Arcade, Degraves Subway. It’s the old retail arcade under Flinders St station. You can access it from the subway stairs on Flinders Street near Degraves Street.

Images by oh.yes.melbourne

I want to run a shop like this.

this is amazing

I can see my zine! Sticky is mega.