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.
The series features a man (or men) wearing scant clothing, embodying the spirit of their sign. The Leo dude is a nature walking Brother Nature, Pieces is a fishing focused lake guy, and Sagittarius is a nothing wearing archer and horseman. The depictions are all quite attractive and come with little descriptions about what the signs are and what their traits are. I can imagine these being displayed on the wall of a gay ass fraternity, where you’d want to know what sign means what. Otherwise, you will probably want one depicting yourself. (Which, in my case, is the bull branding, tight-white Taurus.)
Each print is available for $45 while the entire set can be purchased for over five hundred dollars. There is a little bit of everything for people who like men—except for diverse skin color: all these men are white and toned which is the only “Wah, wah, waaaaah.” aspect of the work.