With humor, art and a lot of penises in jars, the Icelandic Phallological Museum seeks to loosen some of the taboos around your favorite biological organ
There’s your typical Jack O’Lantern carved to celebrate Halloween, and then there’s the work of this master pumpkin carver
Artist Nick Turner documents his Icelandic horse obsession by taking photos of himself running naked among them in the countryside
When cosplayer Leo Bane does crossplay as a ‘Sailor Moon’ character, not all of his fans like it, making us wonder: Is there a wrong way to do cosplay?
We know Andy Warhol and Keith Haring are great, but there’s a lot of other massively talented gay painters in the world too; here’s where to see their work
Chris Lopez’s art is many things — beautiful and erotic without being fully sexual; whether it’s photography, illustration or painting, his art is always gorgeous
A series of illustrations by Marciano Palácio depicts Disney princesses meeting little boy fans, and the images offer a powerful message
We love when talented artists take one of our favorite video games or cartoon obsessions and reimagine the characters as queer folk. Artist Leonardo Gutierrez did just that with his “Bearsionated” Super Smash Bros. series — and the result is pretty fantastic. Leo and his friend Ian are the founders of OSO[…]
George Quaintance was the preeminent ’male physique’ artist of the 1940s and early ’50s and inspired a generation of artists like Tom of Finland
Because Disney has not yet put a major same-sex romance onscreen, it’s no wonder there’s so much gay Disney fan art — here’s five of our favorites!
J. Morrison is a Brooklyn-based political artist and cat lover whose HOMOCATS art project is aimed at resisting homophobia and Trump
The little dudes from Disney’s 1937 film ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ are back and bigger than ever as muscular pin-ups
Art remains one of the freest and most open-ended forms of expression in contemporary society. That’s good news for gay people, and gay art gives us all the chance to express ourselves freely.
Gay art has an affect on queer society. A visual image or an outrageous dance performance can speak volumes about the gay experience. Gay people have always felt at home in the arts. While gay artists have been considered outside the mainstream in decades past, things are beginning to change. The art world has opened its arms to talented gay artists, whose work has moved mountains and sparked new valuable conversations, specifically when the gay community was still reeling from the AIDS crisis.