The whole "print is dead" moniker is, well, dead. The number of new magazines we've seen launched in the last couple of years alone is overwhelming -- the niche print market is becoming quite saturated. There are definitely good titles out there; you just have to dig through a pile of other printed shit to get to it. But "Out Of Order" is one of the good finds -- it's also the product of a 21-year-old. Dorian Grinspan who started the fashion and culture magazine in his first year of university.

OOO is now onto its fifth issue, entitled "Impluse." Look for work from notable creatives like Viviane Sassen, Philippe Parreno, Gus Van Sant and many more. Aside from a clean Instagram account and a couple of interviews, there's a surprising lack of information about the venture -- we will let the print do the talking.

The issue is priced at $58 on Amazon, which probably has to do with the fact that it has little to no ads.

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