Originally guest posted by Fever Zine
‘We recently created an Illustration Sandwich for the V&A Village Fete. Based on a concept by our friend Lucy-Anne Ronayne, it contained four different fillings illustrated by Fever Zine contributors Chris Martin, Julia Pott, Damien Weighill and Martijn Rijven, plus a mini zine by Andy Council. We ink-stamped each design onto nice card and sandwiched them between some beautifully die cut cardboard bread, both produced by the lovely people at Exit 3 in East London. Putting the sandwich together in front of people was pretty hard work, but totally worth it.’
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