A good, stupid, great debate modern people love having is whether or not magazines are doing well. “But the Internet!” people cry. “Magazines are a niche product!” Who knows if this is true (or if anyone cares) but magazines still exist and are wonderful windows into a tactile printed present and past. Continue reading “Giuditta Aresi’s Illustrated Magazines”
Who doesn’t want to get down with a bear? I remember in early college discovering what bears were before discovering my sexuality and being down with them but I distinctly remember friends seeing bear pride shit and going “Ewwww. Bears.” as if they had just watched someone unwrap a dirty diaper and then microwave it. Bears are great! They’re big, furry, cuddly gay men with all the feelings in the world.
Horoscopes are great, not-real-but-maybe-real advice columns based on your place in the cosmos. I love them but I keep a safe distance from them as to not define my life by these star searches. (Actually, I only read these because they are the best and a friend makes them. It’s well worth the yearly fee.) Portland based illustrator Michael Sanderson probably likes horoscopes a little more than me because he made a fantastic, fucking gay as hell collection of posters based on the signs called Constellation Park. Continue reading “Here Are Some Gay Horoscope Dudes For You From Michael Sanderson”