Upon viewing military recruitment art of the last century, the whole "don't ask, don't tell" thing seems a little naive.
Renaldi's simple ritual of a photographic record of his hotel stays with his partner creates a warm portait of intimacy.
History often erases the sexual identity of artists and writers. Sir Frederick Leighton left a few clues.
Kost gives an updated spin to two of Andy Warhol's favorite mediums — Polaroids and drag queens.
Portland-based artist Lorenzo Triburgo focuses on gender representation in his work. His "Transportraits" are beautifully saturated in both color and content.
Bonneau shares the latest edition of his work, Heroes + Villains. With household props, he builds your (fantasy) character.
In a Halloween mood, it seemed like a good time to take another look at G. Elliot Simpson's dark visions.
Lee's costumes range from sexy beasts to Old Navy kids. Let Lee's work be a great inspiration for your own Halloween madness.
Wada's pen is not poison, but this fashion illustrator's nib is very sharp.
Guo has a fluid, contemporary style and a fondness for a sweet embrace.
Dureau's photographs of New Orleans locals have a compassionate, collaborative quality.
Garth & Pierre collaborate on works that involve their mutual collections, their love of vintage photography, and the immigration drama that affects their lives.
Volcano delights in subverting the old-school rules of gender presentation.
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