As Converse CONS rings in the new year with the fourth installment of CONS Project – a series of free community projects designed to inspire the next generation of creative spirits through interactive skate and art workshops with renowned legends and up-and-coming superstars – registration is now open for “Zine Making & Printing” in key cities throughout North America including New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and Toronto today at


Geared towards  aspiring designers, publishers, and creators between the ages of 13-24, “Zine Making & Printing” will provide a brief lesson in skate-zine history and culture, as well as teach participants the various methods of content creation, printing, and binding while collaborating on a brand new zine. Workshops will be led by acclaimed zine maker and publisher, Brian Paul Lamotte of Pau Wau Publications  in New York and Toronto, and renowned zine maker and publisher, Andrew Martin Scott of popular arts space, Needles & Pens and bookshop, & Pens Press, and international photographer, Jai Tanju of print exchange program, Film Por Vida and art gallery and shop, Seeing Things Gallery in Los Angeles and Boston Renowned professional skaters – as well as CONS Skate Team members and friends of CONS alike – such as Eli ReedQuim Cardona, and Dan Drehobl, will also be on-hand to work with designers in each city.