Photographer Lars Borges shared with Container Love Clementine, a photo-series of his month in Mexico. A journal with portraits of queer voices unafraid of living truth to themselves while battling the progress of queer rights in Mexico City.
Know the sacrifice you are willing to make – New York-based photographer Mengwen Cao’s work has been constantly evolving since their project, Here We Are made headlines worldwide starting a conversation about queerness in Asian societies.
Los Angeles photographer Ryan Pfluger’s new book Holding Space: Life and Love Through a Queer Lens is not only a rare documentation of couples being both queer and interracial, but an immensely moving piece of art.
Showing queerness as an underlying presence – Chinese-Singaporean artist and photographer Charmaine Poh is taking a step back from identities in order to show them within the bigger picture.
Pineapple rolls out its 7th issue, a wonderfully curated zine featuring the artworks of 14 of the planet’s most amazing gay artists. Have a sneak peek with us into another masterpiece by one of our favorite publishers and get ready to enter a world of bold beauty.
Taking photos the same way a director would shoot a movie – Chinese photographer Lin Zhipeng, better known as No. 223, is an artist whose photography is bending both genre and gender.
The chase of wandering spirits – there is something otherworldly and haunting about Japanese photographer Osamu Yokonami’s work that makes his images feel tragic yet beautiful at the same time.
A new generation of role models has grown up in an era of great societal changes and they are more colorful, more open-minded and – in a sense – more free than anyone who came before them. With our brand new editorial series, Container Talks, Container Love is now set to make their voices heard.
Creatives, photographers, directors, editors, designers, artists, the people of our core team are working hard for a world that is more accepting, a society that is more equal.
With over 50 international, queer tattoo artists included, along with extensive portraits, texts and images of all that the community has to offer, the Queer Tattoo book shows what tattooing truly is… an art.
Delightful, delicious, beautiful, seductive, vulnerable... There are many words to describe the work of Thibault Gaëtan Dubroca, French photographer and painter.
Giulia Gr is an Italian artist based in Berlin working mainly with photography and self portraiture, focusing on issues of identity, sexuality, intimacy and self love.
FRANK AND FELIX is an ongoing photo series by Amanda Björn exploring the friendship between Felix and Frank in Havana, Cuba, celebrating love, friendship, and sexual freedom.
Christopher Sherman is a photographer and creative director living in Toronto and New York. He was featured in the Container Love exhibition at the Reeperbahn festival 2017 in Hamburg.