GAYPIN’ GUYS ON ’90S TRENDS, QUEERLY COLLABORATING AND THEIR GAY LITTLE HEARTS

How did you get involved with TOM House? I personally am a huge fan and the historical landmark pin— what is that collaboration like? Will it be ongoing?

Our first collaboration was with Stuart Sandford, a resident artist of TOM House, and he introduced us to the crew there. The historical landmark pin is a memento of a piece of history. TOM House has created so many opportunities for gay artists and we think it’s really cool to be able to own a piece of that. We would love to keep those collabs going and find new ways to transform the TOM House legacy into pin form.

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Tom of Finland entertainingly recounts an intriguing and vital chapter of 20th-century gay history with style and deference.
– Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times

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Tom of Finland has been a smash hit in dozens of cities across the U.S., but if yours isn’t one of them you can now sign up to host a screening at a theater near you! Great for arts organizations, Leather clubs and groups of fans!

These cities are now taking reservations:
Charlotte, 24 Feb
Mobile, 5 Mar
Bakersfield, 12 May

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