Aquatulle is a zine by Raquel Bruno.
Originating in New York, New York, U.S.A. in 1996, Aquatulle promises "A journey into yesterday's pop culture madness." Featuring interviews, lists, and reviews of music and television, as well as original poetry and retrospective articles. It is an annual publication.
Friction Magazine writes, in their zine review archive, "Get out the crimper and pop in those Short Circuit videos you've been hiding in your closet and check out features on Joey Ramone, photographer Roberta Bayley, and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell as well as some great photographs and comics of days past." Also included are articles on Gary Numan and Sid and Marty Krofft.
Issue 5, from 2002, features pieces on Steve Severin of Siouxsie and The Banshees, David Sylvian of Japan, The Damned, and The GoGos.
Contributing artists and photographers include Karl Heitmueller, Ryan Sias, and Ward Sutton, among others.
Contributing photographers include Roberta Barley, Simon Gerzina, and Marion Curtis Haines, among others.
Contributing writers include Christopher Adams, Dave Alocca, Gennifer Birnbach, Raquel Bruno, Dale Cunningham, Tony Fletcher, Keith Hagan, Brian Henderson, Kitty Kowalkski, Barry Neuman, Jack Rabid (The Big Takeover), Bobby Schayer, John Sellers, and Andy Struse.