POV paper issue 1. La Fête du Slip, sexualities festival

Posted in newsprint on April 1st, 2015
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Swiss-based quarterly mind fucking paper about gender and sexuality, linked to the sex-positive festival La Fête du Slip. Sexy photos, illustrations, erotic fiction, reviews of porn and interesting films, records to listen, dance and fuck to, a selection of sex-positive events, as well as critical articles on theory, politics, sex-education, and lots more!

Authors: TEXTS BY: Ivan Ligne-Noire (Queer masochist & poet), Gala Vanting (Erotic Imaginist. Porn performer and producer, professional BDSM service provider, educator, pleasure activist, smutty broad), Claude-Hubert Tatot (Art historian, porn lover and collector), Russell Shaeffer (Film director), Sean Dunne (film director), Kay Garnellen (Performer, writer, trans activist), Cie à contre poil du sens (Dance company), David Bloom (Choreographer), Sarah de Vicomte (Journalist), Louisa K. (writer), Mathias Clivaz (Philosophy graduate), Fabienne Morales (Writer), Michel Pennec (Librairie Humus), Sasha Osipovich (La Fête du Slip director).

IMAGES BY: Samuel Nyholm (illustrator), Philippine Chaumont & Agathe Zaerpour (Photographers)

newsprint, full color, shrink wrapped. First printing 1000 copies.
31,5 x 47 cm Folded

Price: €5.00

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Von Oben. Sany. Bad Day Books.

Posted in graphic design, illustration on October 11th, 2011
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Von Oben. Sany.

Von Oben consists of a series of drawings which, in their form, reference a tradition of semi-pornographic cartoons one could find in Scandinavia in the 70s and 80s, in magazines of a kind considered highly inappropriate today; in terms of sexism, racism and a ruthless prejudice against exposed social groups. Today this art form remains not much more than a marginalized rest of low-culture, while the subjects it deals with still flourish, repressed and hardened in our sub-conscious.

Von Oben (from above) is an idiomatic expression in German which means to have a superior attitude to others. In the book, those offenders are instantly and literally punished by heavy objects falling on them from the sky. In a secular world, where our great God has gone for vacation, there remains no greater punishment than our own arrogance.

Published by Bad Day Books
48 pp.
risograph 1/1
5 × 9 inches
First edition of 100
ISBN 978-0-9869665-0-7

D 15€