Hervé Guibert (14 December 1955 – 27 December 1991) was a French writer and photographer. The author of numerous novels and autobiographical studies, he played a considerable role in changing French public attitudes to AIDS. He was a close friend of Michel Foucault. Guibert was born in Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine, to a middle-class family and spent […]
Today we want introduce you an italian artist that with the tag Aloha Oe has became famous in the street art community for his works queer oriented since 2010. Having studied several years history of art he paints his posters with the aim of showing a queer imaginary that can include gay icons as Divine, Frank-N-Furter (The Rocky Horror Picture […]
Interview with TwoTom, a japanese artist whose artworks are a collections of cards and tarots featuring only boys: Romantic boys, innocent boys, perverted boys, sexy boys, and bad boys.
Read the interview with the street artist HOMO RIOT, an emblem of pride and strength to the gay community across the world. The masked gay bears kiss is became an icon globally.
Today we want introduce you a mexican born photographer, Gabriel Garcia Roman. He speaks about his life, his coming out and his artworks. In “Queer icons” project he portraits friends, poets and activists from black community with the aim to represent queer and trans people of color that rarely are featured in art world. HI Gabriel. could […]
Today’s artist is Kostis Fokas from Greece. He’s a photographer and a painter and divide his time between Athens and London. We want to show you some photos from his first solo exhibition “I’m not malfunctioning, you are“, which took place in London in collaboration with the Queer Archive: a photographic selection of faceless naked bodies evoking his […]
We are proud to introduce you an artistic talented collaborative duo formed by sculptor and painter Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo and photographer Andrew Mroczek. In this interview they speaks about their collaboration and their last ambitious project called Virgenes de La Puerta that focuses on the transgender women of Lima, who continue to be cast aside by the political and religious administrations. These photographs pay homage to the resilience and beauty of these women in an effort to strengthen, empower, and embed a sense of pride within the current and future generations of Peru’s LGBTQ community.
Interview with Poem Baker: Hymns from the bedroom is her personal journal about people who don’t confom to society’s expection of gender
Today we are proud to present the drawings and the art of a new pink snout’s friend Fredster who has appeared previously in a post with his video “Fredster’s Disorder“. We have asked him an interview to know him better and this his the result of our conversation. THEPINKNSOUT: Hi Fredster we only know that […]
Today we are proud to introduce you another thePinkSnout’s friend: Luciano Fadini. He is an italian artist that say in this interview that he has not yet discovered to be an artist through and through, but we are sure that he is a brilliant illustrator and a sincere artist whose main character’s’ identity is often uncertain […]
Today we want to introduce you a new singer and song writer Romani Beau that will release his debut EP “Molly and the Boys’ on March 7th. After his last video “Gipsy” let’s know him better with this interview that Romani kindly has granted for us THE PINK SNOUT: HI Romani, welcome to the pinksnout […]
Bas Kosters “permanent state of confusion” Teaser Video by Alex Kaseta Music by Starstudded studios Many Thanks to: Marc Deurloo Bugaboo Make up Studio Classic Ink&Mods Colorfool agency Bas Kosters (Zutphen, June 5 1977) is a Dutch fashion designer, known for his colourful designs and the use of prints. “Bas Kosters Studio was established in […]