kel smith

Posted October 6, 2022 by

A short zine about decentering and re-evaluating what motivates my decisions. Each page features custom hand drawn artwork.

Posted August 7, 2023 by

A small zine about anarchism, what it is, what it’s not, and why we shouldn’t be afraid to call ourselves anarchists.

12 pages, colour printed.

Posted August 13, 2023 by

A small zine about the differences between institutions and communities, how capitalism plays a role in the space between these two concepts, and where we should be spending our time and energy.

12 pages, colour printed.

Posted October 2, 2023 by

Sometimes it feels like I am never enough: I don’t have enough time to give, energy to give, knowledge to give, love to give. This little zine explores what it feels like when I’m stuck in that rut and what it actually means when I say I’m not enough.

12 pages, colour printed.

Posted July 20, 2023 by

A small zine about what it means to support local business and how we might transition to more shared resources instead of relying on money to meet basic human needs.

12 pages, colour printed.

Posted August 18, 2023 by

Slow work is more than just doing things slowly. It’s about intention, prioritizing joy over profitability, and it’s helped me immensely with my mental health. This zine is a brief exploration about the practice of slow work and how it might help us reconnect with ourselves and the world around us.

12 pages, colour printed.

Posted December 15, 2022 by

A short art zine about the systemic roots of personal depression, acknowledging truths, and finding joy despite the struggle. Each page features custom hand drawn artwork.

Posted August 28, 2023 by

This 60 page zine is a collection of thoughts and stories about finding another way. Tackling topics like capitalism, localization, slow work, and more, this little book is jam packed with content taken from my substack of the same name.

60 pages, colour printed.

Posted April 5, 2023 by

A short zine about the similarities between authoritarian parenting and the push and pull of mother culture, and why both are misguided attempts to change people. Each page features custom hand drawn artwork.

Posted February 18, 2024 by

I have this dream – this vision of how we might live together: working, eating, playing, and celebrating together, supporting each other through life in ways that relieve the stress from living in late stage capitalism.

12 pages, colour printed. 4.25″ x 3.66″

Posted July 18, 2023 by

A small zine about the personal exploration into left vs. right politics, capitalism, and fair wage.

12 pages, colour printed.