Tag: UK

Good hard fun

Today is the International Masturbation Day – why not celebrate with an oh-so-sweet feast brought to you by the porcelain sex toy brand Fine Bone!

Nooks and crooks

Katayoun Jalili (also known as Cool Dad) is a queer cutie of many crafts – they are a performer, visual artist, writer and an associate lecturer at CSM in London. Touching upon topics as gender fluidity and trans identity, race,…

Mixtape: Happy Endings

As the temperatures are rising again, we bring you a fresh new mix by London collective Happy Endings’ resident Sister Sludge that’s perfect to blast by the poolside.

Feelings are hard, making art isn’t

London-based artist Anna Choutova is tearing down the walls between high and low culture and dismantling the idea that art is for a chosen few only with her project Bad Art. Check out a selection of her own paintings now!

G0 SK8

Make skateboarding great (and accessible to all) again! Scottish project Doyenne empowers skaters of all genders, races, body types, and abilities.

Sex toys turned art

Jess Hill, a British illustrator, explores sexuality and sexual health with her pencils, brushes, and Photoshop tools under the pseudonym Grrrl Gone Wild. Join us for a short conversation with the talented artist!

Announcement: Queer Gaze from Poland

Art foundation Fresh From Poland gives a much needed platform to Polish queer artists in their upcoming exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space in London.

London’s raging

Sweat, spilled beer, stepped-on shoes, ringing in your ears. Project Bands on Film captures the electrifying energy of London’s alternative music scene.

A voyage to the edge of dreams

UK-based Quantum Natives release ‘Gentle Nightmare’ – a new record by Yikii tracking the steps of a solitary explorer in the desolate lands of fragmented dreams.

Draw me like one of your girls

Join us for a chat with Leeds-based illustrator Louisa Foley about her project “Are We Nearly Bare Yet” which turns submitted nude selfies into colorful works of art.

Pearls of grief

Feelings come and go, and even the darkest times shall pass. “Whispers of the Tears” is an editorial that reflects on the emotional transition, and on what’s left behind.

Dealing with the (invisible) beast

Released on Quantum Natives, London-based Terribilis’ “Interlude Music” is a delicate soundtrack to the never-ending struggle of living with a mental illness.