Debut issue from a series of zines about music and life, edited by writer Hua Hsu:
I started a series of zines about music and life called SUSPENDED IN TIME … it’s meant to be an oral history of anyone who’s ever been deeply, passionately into shit. first issue is about @noh8tin, an incredible artist and educator who shared his story and artwork from youth, back when he was running around and hustling drawings, logos, anything that up and coming bay area rappers needed. 415 issues, color, hand stamped with a custom logo (adapted from the In A Minute logo that Noah designed back in the day), bootleg stickers. —Hua Hsu
Issue 01: Young No
Noah fell in love with California Bay Area rap in the late eighties and knew he had to be a part of it, even if it meant skipping class whenever he got a “911” page. He hustled his artwork, made some new friends, and helped create some of hip-hop’s most iconic graphics, including the nastiest logo of all-time.
Noah also made a playlist to listen to while you read the zine!
28 pages featuring Noah’s story, with original drawings and designs from back in the day, numbered with hand stamped cover, polybagged with stickers, 415 copies total. 2022.