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Call for submissions: HOOLIGANS UNITE! Zine

We want you to unleash your weird side and send us your photos paintings sketches drawings collages comics illustrations poems lyrics raps haikus sonnets and ballads about your hooliganry. Merriam-Webster defines the word hooligan as “a usually young man who does noisy and violent things as part of a group or gang”, but we at Cote-Armour see a hooligan as a person of any age or gender who is a nuisance, but not in a violent or threatening manner. They’re not concerned with thoughts of others and more concerned with digging life in the weirdest and gnarliest way. Sure they can be dweeby, embarrassing, or silly, but they are happy with their actions and content with their reputation as a grade A goon.

Topics for your work include:
Doing something weird and new, skating in precarious places, general shenanigans, jumping off stuff, broken bones, drawn-on & signed casts, bruises and rad scars, bloody knees and elbows, black eyes, goofy stick n pokes, pizza, holes in your clothes, purposefully mismatched socks, weird interactions with strangers, demons, photobombing, late night adventures, noshing and moshing, crowdsurfing, ladies with shaved heads, grandmas with mohawks, white after Labor Day, riding around in shopping carts, rollerblading in bodegas, skating where it says no skating, train hopping, costumes in public, complicated and convoluted handshakes and hi-5s, safety pins for earrings, septum piercings when mom said no, causing a scene in the grocery store, headstands on the sidewalk, imitating & interacting with statues at museums, singing in the library, talking too loudly, public laughing fits, sneaking into movie theaters, embarrassing all your friends, being a nuisance, unabashedly weird behavior, you know the drill.

Submission guidelines:
- Up to 3 pages/5 pieces of writing
- Up to 5 black & white images, 900 px wide attached to the email. Zipped files will not be accepted.

Please email your submission(s) to by September 30th.

Come work with us this fall!

Kate Moss,1991 Photographed by Corinne Day, From May the Circle Remain Unbroken, 2013

'Poly Geometry' Natasha Poly for Vogue Japan May 2014 photographed by Willy Vanderperre 

Freja Beha for the Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 advertising campaign photographed by Juergen Teller

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Jack Kilmer in Palo Alto (2014)

"Shirts That Flirt" | Maria Loks by David Ferrua for How To Spend It May 2014 

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