Wednesday, February 10, 2010

you can advertise with BUST magazine!

(image copyright bust magazine.)

It can be a struggle figuring out how to advertise as a small arts & crafts business. BUT, I just got an email about open spaces for Bust magazine's Product Showcase in their April/May issue for 2010 and had to share the opportunity with you lovely ladies!

It's a great way for punky little crafters to get their wares out there because of Bust's great target audience AND it's this particular issue that is going to be distributed at SXSW and their Spring Craftacular. AND it's Bust's coveted "Men we love" issue which is one of their bestsellers so your buck really goes a long way!

(image copyright bust magazine.)
example of Bust's product showcase

I've been hoping to get a spot in their product showcase for years now and they go FAST so do your business a big old favor by clicking this link to check it out:

For any other advertising or marketing inquiries at Bust, contact:
Emily Andrews, Director of Sales and Marketing
phone: 212.675.1707 x112
emily.andrews [at]

For Bust shop and Product Showcase Inquiries, contact:
Susan Juvet
Sales and Marketing Manager
phone: 212.675.1707 x104
email: susan [at]


CAPow! said...

I love bust! thanks for posting this!

...and on a weird sidenote: the dude in that pic is my old land lord from when I lived in brooklyn! he's awesome!

geschichtenvonkat said...

really?! haha, that is weird but cool!

Susan Juvet said...

wow! what a lovely google alert this lead me to! Kat, I am so excited to see you in the next issue of BUST, and thank you so much for posting this on your blog!! I am now obsessed with reading your blog, so many cute ideas and projects on here!
from BUST :)

cabin + cub said...

great tip! it's a great mag.. i hope you get a spot!

geschichtenvonkat said...

yes, i definitely got myself a spot which i'm pretty geeked about.

a little story: my fiancee's office is downstairs and mine is upstairs (we're both freelancing it from home right now)...he just came bounding up the stairs thinking something was wrong but it was just me shrieking with excitement to see your comment susan—totally made my day! and for the record, i'm not much of a girly shrieker ;)

tattytiara said...

Bust was always one of those magazines I'd buy for the ads as much as for the content.