In Honor of Patrick Bateman, Bushwick Printer Offers Business Cards Made of Actual Bone

September 11, 2015 Comments Off on In Honor of Patrick Bateman, Bushwick Printer Offers Business Cards Made of Actual Bone 489 News
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If anyone loves Patrick Bateman more than Wall Street businessmen, it’s “millennials” living in Bushwick. With their freelancer status burgeoning in these times of work that is increasingly made up in order to find some reason to pay someone for something, it’s no wonder that local printing lab, Paper Chase, is offering premium business cards made out of actual bones.

Paul Allen (or Paul Owen, as he's named in the novel) is the colleague who inspires jealousy within Bateman for his bone business card

Paul Allen (or Paul Owen, as he’s named in the novel) is the colleague who inspires jealousy within Bateman for his bone business card

The owner at the printer, Halley Inkfukker, a 25-year-old who spent time studying the art of printing in Germany for five years, told The Burning Bush, “While I’m not really at liberty to say where the bones I use come from, Bushwickians can rest assured that they’re paying top dollar for a real human bone business card set. Its heavy, yet light feel really makes for a memorable effect on potential clients.”

Patrick Bateman would be proud of Bushwick

Patrick Bateman would be proud of Bushwick

“Self-employed” Bushwickians throughout the L train vicinity have gone absolutely mad over Inkfukker’s business card creation. Laura Nowork, a 29-year-old who studied Chicano Studies at UC Santa Cruz, stated, “I’ve gotten way more calls and emails because of my bone business cards. People can’t forget you when you hand them something like that.” So when will you take hold of your career? Give yourself a bit of Bateman edge and stop in to Paper Chase today.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

 

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