"Quit staring at me" is a hand made zine, printed on a 3 color Risograph printer and hand bound in Brooklyn, NYC

Making a parallel connection between years of writing graffiti and the content of this book, Gorey says that both required extensive observation of his surroundings—prediction and anticipation to avoid being seen. "I used to hide in plain sight and I still do, as I've observed that New Yorkers don't appreciate to be looked at."


Music by Billy McFeely