Who: Bennett Campbell & FukkYourDayJob Press
What would you like people to know about your zines?
The work done by Bennett Campbell at FukkYourDayJob Press is focused on film photography zines as a means to channel his passion for documenting the human experience. We know that not every artist makes the money they need to survive, so in turn we keep our middle finger up and directed at the crippling systems that exist around us.
We are anti capitalist, anti bigotry, anti racism and anti mass incarceration, so in turn a portion of profits from our zines support the fight for human rights. Pick up our zines, get lost in the beauty of everyday life and support the voices of those who are not being heard loud enough, because together we all share this brief time of existence and nothing else is guaranteed.
Tell us about a zine maker or zine that has had an impact on you.
Sean Maung and Sandy Kim both have had a large impact on FYDJ. Through beautiful and personal images, these photographers have shown a deep passion for the world around them. Sean for the city and people that have raised him and Sandy for the friends who inspire her, both artist see life through a very real and unafraid lens.
What are you looking forward to at L.A. Zine Fest 2019?
We hope everyone that comes through the door leaves with a new or rekindled desire to create something meaningful and true to them. Inspire others to inspire themselves.
Make sure to check out FukkYourDayJob Press’s table at L.A. Zine Fest 2019 on Sunday, May 26th at Helms Bakery in Culver City!