Self-labeled “queer street artists” are increasingly talking back against homophobia and claiming a share of ownership in public space through subversive and explicitly queer imagery.
kovalikApril 11, 2019
By now, we’re all used to seeing graffiti and public art in urban and suburban settings. We’re so used to it, in fact, that we typically walk right by without giving it a second glance. But would you be able to ignore graffiti if it were done in a medium…
kovalikNovember 5, 2009