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Today Curbed National takes a look into the paradoxical word of architecture zines: scrappy, independent publications that tell architectural stories by way of collage, comics, illustrations, and more. By nature of being ephemeral, cheap, and accessible, zines operate, in many ways, contrary to what architecture is all about. "The stories here are unscientific and inexact," the editor of Soiled tells Curbed National. "While we certainly don't want to clean that mess, we want to make it more productive, to calibrate it. We want to give it sign posts and entry points." Read on. [Curbed National]