BUTT 2012

Looking for that special last-minute holigay gift? You can still get the printed edition of BUTT’s weekly calendar at one of many fine gay-interest retailers and American Apparel stores throughout the world. Thanks to Antonio for sending in this arousing masturbatory video which shows the calendar being put to very good use.

The BUTT 2012 calendar features exactly forty-seven hot guys, three rock hard statues and one phallic helmet. Twelve diffferent BUTT photographers (like Alasdair McLellan, Wolfgang Tillmans and Walter Pfeiffer to name just a few) shot four (sometimes five) weeks of fresh meat every month. You’ll also get a little guidance every month on how to deal with that month’s full moon madness.

All fifty-four images, personally selected by the makers of BUTT, are printed on the magazine’s trademark pink paper, backed with a sturdy piece of cardboard, bound with superior workmanship and a red hot glue strip. And because it has been pre-drilled with a six millimeter hole at the top, it’s easily hung above your desk, your kitchen sink, your water bed, or perhaps, in your toilet. It’s perfectly suited for weeks of masturbatory joy.

The calendar will be available for €15 through BUTT’s online shop. For all other calendar-related enquiries please feel free to email Magnus at office@buttmagazine.com.


IN AUSTRALIA

Sydney:
The Bookshop Darlinghurst


IN EUROPE

Amsterdam:
Sprmrkt
Vrolijk

Berlin:
Do you read me?!
Prinz Eisenherz Buchladen

Brussels:
Librairie Darakan

Cologne:
Galerie Daniel Buchholz

Hamburg:
Buchladen Männerschwarm

London:
Gay’s the Word
Prowler

Madrid:
Corachán y Delgado
Librería Berkana

Milan:
Pier Open Space

Munich:
Soda

Paris:
Les Mots a la Bouche

Stockholm:
Papercut

Vienna:
Löwenherz

Warsaw:
Bear Book


IN THE USA

Atlanta:
Outwrite Books & Coffeehouse

Austin:
BookPeople

Baltimore:
Atomic Books

Boston:
Newbury Comics

Chicago:
MCA Chicago
Quimby’s Bookstore
Unabridged Bookstore

Columbus:
Wexner Center for the Arts

Los Angeles:
MoCA
Ooga Booga
Skylight Books

Miami:
Base

Minneapolis:
Walker Art Center

New York City:
Casa Global News
New Museum
Opening Ceremony
Patricia Field
Printed Matter
St. Mark’s Bookshop
Rainbows and Triangles

Oakland:
Pegasus & Pendragon Books

Philadelphia:
Giovanni’s Room

Portland:
Counter Media

San Francisco:
Books Inc.
M.A.C.

West Hollywood:
Circus of Books

Williamsburg:
Spoonville & Sugartown