It may come as a surprise to some of you that visual and written data in 2013, in addition to filling the screens of your computer, television, and smartphone, also come printed on tree pulp that is processed into a flexible flat material known as “paper” before its assembly into 3D rectangular oddities known as “books” or “magazines.” While these throwback relics can be confusing, like when you keep tapping their pages and wonder why they’re not reloading, there is also something special and comforting about being able to pretend you can remember life before hashtags, or doing your copy-pasting with actual scissors and tape.
We already know you Stan hard for our online content (no seriously, we’ve been tracking your I.P. address and you really need to get a life) but if you never took the time to experience Bullett Magazine, our sumptous print edition, you should. Back issues packed with fanciful fashion, absorbing art, and in-depth interviews with totez #relevant celebs like Kirsten Dunst, Alexander Skarsgaard, and most recently Sky Ferreira, are available for purchase via the Bullett shop, alongside our growing collection of clothing and accessories for the discerning e-shopper.
Read ’em and weep at our unparalleled genius of course, which has been known to cause soaring mental and emotional epiphanies in those who behold it.