Welcome to Saturday Morning Cartoons, a segment where four artists take turns delighting you with their whimsy, facts and punchlines on Saturday mornings!
Harlem based artist and military badass Marthalicia Matarrita is quickly rising to the top as an artist to be reckoned with.
The 2014 calendars are here, they are gorgeous, you can purchase them, and I have the photos to prove it.
“I wore my A-Camp staff shirt to the grocery store in Berkeley and TWO people stopped me to ask me how this year’s Summer Camp went.” Meet Ivy, our last Calendar Girl of the year!
From sharing showers to karaoke, photographer Maika Elan captures everyday life for LGBT couples in Vietnam in her award-winning series “The Pink Choice.”
“I find it comforting to know that the work I make will endure however fragile my existence may sometimes feel.” Get ready to fall in love with Lynn, Miss November!
Jessica Buie’s art combines cultural theory and scientific concepts and an amazing eye for design. Also, she designed special stickers for us!
“Out of the all the confusion, I’ve found beauty and love. In others, but more importantly in myself. I am black. I am queer. I am this. I am that. I am whole.” Get ready to fall in love with Kai!
Well this is your very own Rachel Fucking Walker without a shirt. Why are you still reading the excerpt?
“I came out to bosses and people I had just met and guys who hit on me and former boyfriends and doctors and professors and relatives and Facebook and even the grocery store cashiers. I wanted to assert myself, my identity.”
July is smokin’ hot with Drea and her musical poetry and haikus! You won’t know if you want to be her or be with her, you know? Luckily there’s an questionnaire at the end.
From lost classics of teen lit to NYC filming locations to “the gang’s all queer” to the whole entire world and back.
“I had to fight for this body. Since the day I was diagnosed with bone cancer at age fifteen, I began to wage wars on multiple fronts. I fought to be normal – and when that failed, I fought to appear normal.”
It’s the ‘Straddliest art show ever!
“I had shared a moment with myself that was loving and forgiving, and I found myself believing that I was enough.” We’re so excited to introduce you to Parneet! Lots of love here.
Artist Paul Harfleet has spent the past seven years responding to experiences of homophobic harassment with small gestures of quiet resistance, one planted pansy at a time.
Miss April talks tattoos, sex, psychology, queer girl dance nights, more sex, more tattoos and being the black sheep. Meet your new Calendar Girl!
Ali’s Team Pick: this year Tilda Swinton will be sleeping in a box in the MoMA on random days at random times.
You’re about to fall entirely in love with Brianne. “My Femininity is powerful. This is my body, and I’ll do with it as I please.”
Taking the Catholic prayer card where it has never gone before.