Crummy House was a collaborative project in publishing and art making that lasted for four years. The main objective was to connect with artists in the community and build a body of work to showcase at exhibitions and through zine distribution.
During the project, we published over 25 zines with different artists and collaborated on shows, musical experiments, and other projects. All works were a result of the collaboration between the artist and the publisher, both in format and content.
Crummy House collaborated with various organizations, including Los Angeles-based radio show Dublab, Glasgow-based gallery and independent publisher Good Press, independent bookstore Domy Books, Austin-based art collective Common House , and individual artists from all over the world. Work from Crummy House has been featured in Beautiful Decay MagazineFaesthetic art blog, Tribeza Magazine, and New York online magazine Sight Unseen.​​​​​​​

The ability to collaborate with talented individuals across various professions made every production under Crummy House eye-opening and educational. Our goal was to create an environment that encouraged the pursuit of long-held ideas. Conversely, the freedom to abandon project planning and create something together without intention often resulted in unexpected, yet successful outcomes. This type of collaboration is beneficial and should be incorporated into our work routines more often.

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