All done. Cover artists @osgemeos in Düsseldorf, Germany:
“Times are changing rapidly, and queer imagery seems to finally be leaving the margins of visual culture. There is a kind of wariness I feel about that sometimes, as queer culture can also be a place to be stranger or more idiosyncratic than the mainstream would permit. That being said, I feel motivated to make the kind of imagery I wish that I had seen growing up as a young gay person questioning myself and my desires...” — @kylevudunn to @juxtapozmag // full interview on our site
Something about this reminds us of being bored in school and playing with post-it stacks... or making a cool flip book? Art by @lukasvojir via @visual.fodder
“It is what it is, and it ain’t what it ain’t. I’m a pretty chill person, and my work, for me, is inspired by life, not conceptual ideas relating to movements. But art should be free for interpretation, so that’s what it is...” @monicakimgarza, Summer 2018 issue.