The Zines PikaPackage Project launch + giveaway!

We’re excited to announce the launch of the latest PikaPackage Project — the Zines edition, that features a curated list of 16 artists and illustrators who sent in fun and fabulous zines that each tells a unique story!

For those who are new, the PikaPackage Project is a specially curated themed package that consists of a swap meet (for the artists) and mystery package of various sizes containing items from participating artists available for sale (for art lovers) ; all rolled into one project!

The Zines PikaPackage is a beautiful collection of works by these artists:

1. Aijung Kim
2. Beavory
3. Beverly Ealdama
4. Doinky Doodles
5. Jeanne Van Etten
6. Josephine & Katherine Ryder
7. Juliana Salcedo
8. Katie Allen
9. Katie Green
10. Ladypajama
11. Lori Dean Dyment
12. Lori Hutchinson
13. Mellybee
14. Minifanfan
15. Missy Kulik
16. Pintameldia

In this issue of the Zines PikaPackage zine (available for browsing over at ISSUU and as FREE download!), you can get to know the artists via a short Q & A that reveals more about what inspires them and also tips for others who are interested in putting together a zine.

PikaPackage Zines edition!

We have TWO 4-item PikaPackage for grabs (valued at about $35 each!), and TWO lucky winners will get to take home a fantastic selection of zines in the mail! All you have to do is just head on to any of the websites above, explore their work and tell us which one is your favorite artist & why. There’s two ways of doing this:
1) Drop your note in the comments section; and/or
2) Join our mailing list

We’ll pick one winner from the comments section and one from the mailing list on the 24th of January!

**For those who want to get a limited edition Zines Edition PikaPackage of your very own, take your pick of having 4 or 8 different zines from our participating artists sent to you! Here’s an easy way for you to do so via Paypal:

Zines! PikaPackage options

And for those who are keen to see what other packages we have, you can see what other fun packages we’ve organized in our SHOP!

UPDATE: Comments are now closed — the winners of this giveaway are Angela and Ikkinlala!


Have a great weekend everyone and happy exploring! I’ll see you back here on Monday!


68 thoughts on “The Zines PikaPackage Project launch + giveaway!

  1. Oh gosh! To pick just one is too hard.

    I love Minifanfan, Missy Kulik, Pintameldia, and Josephine & Katherine Ryder. Mostly becuase I’m jealous of their style, but also because the works are adorable!

    Thanks for always sharing great artists to check out. I never fail to be inspired!

  2. OH MY GOODNESS…I just HAD to stop cleaning to enter my most wanted GIVEAWAY WIN!
    I adore so many of the Artists featured.
    P.S.Adding this FAB Giveaway to my Contest page…yay!

  3. My favorite is Minifanfan. Im in love with her work for a while. But there are so many awesome artists i would love to know more about

  4. What a great artist selection!

    I’m a cat person and loved Lori Dean Dyment’s cat illustrations. They’re so expressive! She’s my favorite.

  5. This was just too hard, all the artists are brilliant in different ways…
    but when I saw “It sounds good on the radio” by Pintame el dia my heart went “meep meep!”
    Her work is the work for me. <3

  6. It’s tough to pick just one! But tonight I think my favourite is Katie Green – her work is quirky and not too cartoony, and the focus on food appeals to me.

  7. I love minifanfan, especially she illustration the human character, all looks watermelon head, very special… well done~~~~

  8. Its very hard to choose just one artist, My favourite is Katie Green and Katie Allen ,They both such an exceptional artists! 🙂

  9. You did a wonderful job assembling such a fabulous assortment Amy. 🙂

    I think my most favorite has to be Aijung Kim…but I am kinda biased as I have been a follower of Aijung’s for a while, collecting her mini books off Etsy as they appear. I have a special little display for all of them now as my friends love to read through them all.

    As for the rest who are all so lovely…

    Beavory’s work caught my attention as I love high contrast and line art.

    YAY Beverly! Looking forward to seeing your journal at the Sketchbook Project stop in Winter Park. Mine will be there too! LOVE Beverly’s coffee pins, so very cute. (Also, thank you Beverly for the link to Rosie Hardy, phenomenal photos.)

    Jeanne’s painted pieces are so whimsical and cute, love the colors. Bet her zine is adorable.

    Juliana’s little puffy white stars are so cute. I’d fill a Christmas tree with them. hehe

    Love Pintameldia’s “I bring the magic, you bring the cookies”. It so reminds me of when my best friend and I get together. Will have to pick up the Family card game for my own family, very cool.

    Lovely drawings by Lori Dean. My daughter loves the curled up cat. hehe

    Being that I am sick right now I can relate to Judy’s sleeper painting. LOL Lovely work.

    Mellybee’s doodles are so cute!! Love the leafy scally-saur creature. hehe

    The panda and cat illustration in the “Better Together” zine by minifanfa is PRECIOUS! My boyfriend loves pandas so I can related. hehe

    All of Missy’s stuff is adorable, love the wood pins. Will definitely check out her zines. (And thank you for the Papersnitch link.)

    Katie Green’s site itself is a work of art, really love it. MUST HAVE PLUSHIE FOOD! Awesomeness.

    Katie Allen has some nice graphic design pieces. I had to laugh about the “I’m Blogging About Blogging” one. hehe

    Think that covers all of them. LOL Great assortment of styles. Looking forward to seeing them all whether win or purchase. Keep up the great work Amy!

  10. What a delightful project & giveaway!
    I love Katie Green’s work, so will pick her as my favourite (even though they are all awesome!). I simply must order her Green Beans zine sometime soon!

  11. There were so many things I liked about so many of the artists. But I must admit, I absolutely love Beverly Ealdama. Her work is fun and I love the sketchy style she puts to use in her messages. Plus, she’s just plain inspiring with her sketchbook work and article on how to make art everyday.

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