Art Queer News

Paper Tricks: Richard Hawkins on Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland: Video

Richard Hawkins: Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland Artist Richard Hawkins tours Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland, the first American museum exhibition devoted to the art of Mizer (1922-1992) and Touko Laaksonen, a.k.a. “Tom of Finland” (1920-1991), at MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. Hawkins, who guest co-curated the exhibition with MOCA Curator Bennett […]

Music Queer News

New Music: Tacocat – “Crimson Wave” (Audio Video)

  Totally rad! “Crimson Wave” is the second (hit) single to be shared from NVM, the new full-length from Tacocat, out February 25, 2014 on Hardly Art.     Tacocat Website: Follow Tacocat on Twitter: Follow Tacocat on Instagram: Like Tacocat on Facebook: Tacocat on tour: Hardly Art Records: Hardly Art Tumblr: Like Hardly Art […]

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Great Caesar’s “Don’t Ask Me Why” Official Music Video

Great Caesar, the six-piece, brass-fueled chamber-rock band from Brooklyn is debuting a powerful new music video and short film — crowdfunded by more than 600 contributors to the the band’s Kickstarter campaign. “Don’t Ask Me Why? music video touches on the issues between race and sexuality, between Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream and today’s ongoing fight for […]

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13th Annual San Francisco Comedy Sketch Fest: Jan 23 – Feb 9, 2014: Watch Trailer

The 13th annual SF Sketchfest, a festival of sketch, stand-up, improv, and alternative comedy, takes place January 23 to February 9, 2014 in San Francisco. This year’s festival will include appearances by Molly Shannon, Zack Galifianakis, Jack Black, and many more!  Tickets are available HERE   SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by David Owen, Cole Stratton and […]

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Olympic Gold Medallist Swimmer Cameron Van Der Burgh Photographed by Steve Marais

Night Swimming with Olympic Gold Medallist Swimmer, Cameron Van Der Burgh. All images photographed by the fantastic Steve Marais from South Africa. Although it is winter here in the states, let’s not forget other parts of the world where summer is in full swing. Photography by Steve Marais – Styled by Jess Lupton – Art direction […]

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Apothecary Goods by Portland’s Otter Wax

The Portland, Oregon-based brand makes fabric wax, leather upkeep essentials, and apothecary goods that are gentle on the skin and fine fabrics. In line with their rustic wooden packaging, the apothecary items hold very woody scents like the Spruce solid cologne and the Ginger + Lime lip balm. The Beard Oil is a unique item […]

Music Queer News

New Music Video by YACHT for “Plastic Soul”

YACHT‘s new single, “Plastic Soul”, is now out through DFA digitally and on limited edition cassingle. The video was written by YACHT, directed by Whitmer Thomas and Clay Tatum, and produced by JASH, a YouTube comedy channel from Sarah Silverman, Reggie Watts, Michael Cera, and Tim & Eric. Filmed in Gulf Shores, Alabama, the video features fireworks, skateboarding, the beach, a […]

Fashion Queer News

KISS for John Varvatos Spring/Summer 2014: Video

Never say never.   John Varvatos feature KISS in the new Spring/Summer 2014 advertising campaign, which was inspired by the notorious album “Dressed to Kill“. The black and white images were shot by famed Rock photographer Danny Clinch in DUMBO, Brooklyn and depict the band members in timeless John Varvatos tailored clothing. Describing the inspiration for the advertising campaign, John […]

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Westboro Baptist Church Humiliated at Golden Globes: Watch

I could watch this all day and night. Brick Stone (comic Dave Sirus) ambushes the Westboro Baptist Church again, joining other counter-protestors at Glendale Presbyterian Church, Holy Family Catholic Church, and the Golden Globes with his usual goal of ruining their day. Westboro, who had signs such as “Paul Walker in Hell” “Jews Killed Jesus” […]