Intervista con Aloha OE

Today we want introduce you an italian artist that with the tag Aloha Oe has became famous in the street art community for his works queer oriented since 2010. Having studied several years history of art he paints his posters with the aim of showing a queer imaginary that can include gay icons as  Divine,  Frank-N-Furter (The Rocky Horror Picture… Read more »

Interview with TwoTom

Interview with TwoTom, a japanese artist whose artworks are ​a collections of cards and tarots featuring only boys: Romantic boys, innocent boys, perverted boys, sexy boys, and bad boys.

Homo Riot Poster Art

Interview with Homo Riot

Read the interview with the street artist HOMO RIOT, an emblem of pride and strength to the gay community across the world​.​ The masked gay bears kiss is became an icon globally.

Perfume Genius – Grid

‘Grid’ is the second Perfume Genius’ single taken from the upcoming album ‘Too Bright’

Jean Cocteau anniversary

Video: Jean Cocteau – Le Sang d’un Poete Audio: Massive Attack – Paradise Circus remixed by Gui Boratto From the desk of ELP 2012 Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau (5 July 1889 – 11 October 1963) was a French poet, novelist,dramatist, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker. Cocteau is best known for his novel Les Enfants Terribles (1929), and… Read more »

Felice chi è diverso/Happy to be different

il disegno del manifesto è di Jean Cocteau per gentile concessione del COMITE´ JEAN COCTEAU Happy to be different a film documentary by GIANNI AMELIO “Happy being different if one is different. But woe betide being different if one is ordinary”! This poem by Sandro Penna guides us in a secret Italy that has never before been unveiled by a film camera that wants to investigate reality and not fiction. It’s Italy’s homosexual world as  lived  in the 20th  century, from the start to the 1980s, when, following  certain American movements, the first attempts of  “liberation” started spreading. In the documentary we hear the stories of those who directly experienced the burden of being  different,  almost  invariably  obstructed  by  their  own  family,  mocked  at school, excluded by “normal” society. These people, who are now getting on in years, remember how they lived this situation under Fascism and then in the Second World War, when a veil of silence was drawn over the topic, and people lived in fear and repression. Stories  gathered  in  various  parts  of  Italy, … Read more »

Tom de Pekin

Tom de Pékin is actually not really from Pékin but from Savoie – French Alps – and lives in Paris. Militant artist, graphist, film director, performer, he is interested in the text and image relationship often in an erotico-playful spirit. He has been working for magazines such as Têtu, 360°, Les Lettres Françaises, Nova, but… Read more »

Tony de Carlo

Tony de Carlo in his paintings represents the life and culture of homosexual people. He also depicts the dark aspects of homosexuality including their pain, suffering and death. He incorporates surrealism, eroticism, and masculinity as vehicles of social protest in his quest for liberation for the gay community.

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Marc Almond – Tears Run Rings

Marc Almond in the official music video for the song “Tears Run Rings” from his 1988 solo album The Stars We Are. Marc Almond was the singer in Soft Cell.

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Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe

Recently the Russian art community was shaken by news about the sudden death of Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, an eccentric and outstanding figure of the Russian non-conformism scene.

The Pink Choice – Maika Elan

MAIKA ELAN photographer, Vietnam Nguyen Thanh Hai (Maika Elan) was born in Hanoi, Vietnam, in 1986. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in sociology at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Maika started to use the camera to take pictures of her daily and private life in 2006. She turned to professional photography soon after,… Read more »