Autozine is a surrealist exploration in the form of illustrated automatic writing.
Automatic writing consists of writing one’s thoughts without any control exercised by reason and exempt from any aesthetic or moral concern. It was pioneered in the 1920s by the French writer and poet André Breton, founder of the surrealist movement.
The illustrations were created in the same spirit in an attempt to give these abstract thoughts a visual representation.
This zine was created by the following three people in front of their computers while intoxicated with wit and sarcasm: Archibald Blondinet (writer, illustrator), Satoru Teshima (writer, organizer) and Christina Chu (designer, illustrator).