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 book, by photographer Matthew Dean Stewart and illustrator Stevie Hannigan combines the two artists’ work to celebrate our uniqueness
Prepare to swoon: A Finnish artist has made our wishes come true by rendering real-life Disney guys you can really fall for
If you wanna see an animated same-sex romance, check out the work of these 5 gay animators experimenting with documentary, music video and other styles
We reached out to Durk Dehner, president of the Tom of Finland Foundation to talk about some of our favorite artists inspired by Tom of Finland.
He came from a rough background but Micah Perry has since built a career as one of the most well-known tattoo artists in the game
Two recent exhibitions have brought to light the artwork of Edward Melcarth, an openly gay painter, whose art challenged the norms of his time.
April may be almost over, but there’s still time to celebrate National Poetry Month with these Drag Race haiku
“The new hanky code” is taking the color-coded handkerchief system from the ’60s and ’70s and updating it with humor, wit and style.
It’s officially National Burrito Day and we decided to celebrate by honoring burrito hunk and Instagram user Charlie Q who creates some steamy burrito art.
This Artist Turned a Childhood Love of ‘Popeye’ Villain Bluto Into a Hit Exhibit Among NYC’s Gay Men
The exhibit, by artist Erik Hanson, has filled a NYC gallery space with more than 100 paintings of the über-masculine Popeye villain
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.