Anyone who’s been following BULLETT knows we’re very, very down with Roberto Piqueras. Look, here’s an interview we did with him. And if that’s not enough to convince you of our obsession with the London-based designer, we even carry his psychedelic duds in the BULLETT Shop (Buy them. Now.). That’s why we’re terribly excited to make the exclusive announcement that Print All Over Me, a collaborative of designers, technologists, merchants and artisans, has partnered with Piqueras, who lent his trademark prints to the PAOM’s blank-slate merch, including on their nylon bomber jacket, shift dress, backpack, curtains, pillows, and linen throws. “Roberto’s work concerns the line between the virtual and the real and this fits within PAOM’s mandate to help people turn their internet creations into physical objects,” said Jesse Finklestein. “We approached Roberto because we think his work is brilliant in this respect, but also because it doesn’t shy away from clothing’s politicized content. He’s not afraid to mine different cultures and aesthetics to create very potent and almost menacing imagery. His work looks like a post-identiterian army who are camouflaged in digital space.” We couldn’t agree more.