Catalogue documents the project Counter Intelligence, an exhibition of self-published and autonomous print creations, including zines, comics, pamphlets, and flyers. The aim of exhibition and catalogue is to bring self-produced print creations to the attention of a wider audience. Exhibition took place throughout October 1994 at the 121 Centre in Brixton, South London, a squatted social centre run by a collective of volunteers. It was organised by Jason Skeet and Mark Pawson who have been involved in self-publishing, both as creators and collectors. Subjects covered in Counter Intelligence include: football, techno music, magick and the occult, cycling and bike messangers, conspiracy theories, anarchism, situationism, skate and snowboarding, ecology and green issues, body art and tatooing, erotica and sexualities, d.i.y. culture and squatting, feminisms, travel, film and video, punkrock, collecting and other obsessions, cookery and gardening; from extremely functional to the highly decorative, interlinking, cross fertilising and at times totally uncategorizable cut and paste mayhem. Text source: Jason Skeet and Mark Pawson, Introduction into Counter Intelligence.