A free contemporary broadsheet featuring writing, art, and design, FULL BLEDE is independently published, designed, and curated by Sacha Baumann.

The masthead is a nod to the newspaper terms “full bleed” (edge-to-edge printing) and “lede” (the introductory section of a news story that entices the reader to keep reading). Combined, FULL BLEDE expresses the newspaper’s intent to publish content that is intriguing, unadulterated, and beyond the edge of standardized borders of convention.

Each issue features collaborators expounding upon a theme and launches in conjunction with an opening or closing reception at a selected Los Angeles gallery. 

Issue One: The Overshare
sold out: download here

Issue Two: The City
sold out: download here

Issue Three: The In-between
sold out: download here

Issue Four: The Pattern
launching March 3, 2018
at Charlie James Gallery

Our fourth issue will explore the appearance of sameness.
Collaborators will share systems of recurrences, whether found in nature, in society at large, or self-manufactured. The broadsheet will reveal repetition in our environment but also in behaviours, relationships, and personal routines. Artists, designers, and writers elaborate on the air of coherence, which is often the complete opposite: chaotic, messy, and wholly unique, despite its seeming monotony.

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Sponsorship + Donations

FULL BLEDE is independently published.
Donations are graciously accepted and go directly to help offset the cost of printing. 
If you are interested in sponsorship or other ways of helping out, please contact us at fullblede@gmail.com. Thank you!



Submissions for Issue Four: The Pattern are now closed. The submission details and deadline for Issue Five will be announced mid-February 2018. In the meantime, to learn more about the process, click below for FAQ and Submission Form.

The broadsheet's name is a nod to the newspaper terms "full bleed" and "lede"—we publish content beyond the margins of convention.

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