YNGVE HOLEN: Engines Turn, or Passengers Swim

Emerging from the 3D-printed rubble of Berlin’s “post-Internet” art scene, the Norwegian artist YNGVE HOLEN is a cold empiricist and a slapstick comedian. With sculptural test-subjects ranging from minor appliances (tea kettles and washing machines) to high-industrial behemoths (commercial airliners and CT scanners), his works map the anatomical features of a new human-machine eco-system.
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Leather Gloves and Bubble Butts: Finland Just Created the Gayest Stamp in the World

When Finland's national postal service announced the release of seven new stamp sets early last week, there were the typical things one would expect to find on a stamp – summer cottages, bridges, garden scenes. Mixed in with the bunch, however, was quite possibly the gayest postage ever created: a 3-stamp sheet featuring original illustrations from Tom of Finland. Our interview with the …
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TOMI UNGERER Waiting for Godot

Illustrator and author TOMI UNGERER has published more than 150 books, many of which are finally being reprinted, and is the only living illustrator ever to have a museum dedicated to his life and work. For him, far out just isn’t far enough. An interview with the artist.
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Japan’s Master of Gay BDSM Manga GENGOROH TAGAME Opens Up to 032c

GENGOROH TAGAME is perhaps the most influential gay manga artist in the history of the Japanese medium. His work often includes scenes of BDSM, torture, and humiliation between hypermasculine, bearish men, and is notoriously difficult to track down outside of Japan. 032c spoke with Tagame ahead of his first solo exhibition in Germany, which opens this Friday at xavierlaboulbenne in Berlin.
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