Gallery: The Photography of Jamie Stewart

Photography of Jamie Stewart.

Xiu Xiu, frontman Jamie Stewart has contributed a selection of his never seen before photography to Polari Magazine for LGBT History Month.

London Pride 2013

London Pride 2013.

A gallery of images from Pride 2013 hosted by Pride in London on Saturday, June 29.

Polari Magazine was there to document the LGBT+ community as they took to the streets to take part in the march, which is at the heart of any Pride event.”

Dust Jacket Designs • Andy Warhol

A Galley of Warhol Illustrated Books.

This gallery features the rare book jackets illustrated by Andy Warhol.

“Most are completely obscure and long-forgotten But they all have Andy in common and are now extremely collectable.”

Eyes & Skies • Lee Baxter

A Galley of Lee Baxter Photography.

A gallery of landscapes and portraits from the Manchester based photographer Lee Baxter.

“His portraits are conversely intimate, connecting with his subjects directly through their gaze into his lens. Sometimes these two worlds collide when Baxter shoots his subjects in barren wildernesses.”

World Pride, London 2012

World Pride, London 2012.

A gallery of images from World Pride hosted by Pride London on Saturday, July 7.

“However, nothing spurs on a marginalised community than staring into the face of adversity. The attendance on the march was far greater than I have seen in years and the atmosphere was defiant and joyous.”

Turing Centenary: Secrets Of Bletchley Park

A Selection of Images from Bletchley Park.

A gallery of images from Bletchley Park, home to the National Codes Centre and the National Museum of Computing, for the Turing centenary.

“Today Bletchley is open to the public where its secrets have been laid bare. Home to the National Codes Centre and the National Museum of Computing, it is a fascinating place of historic interest.”

The Photography of Andrei Vishnyakov

Russian Photographer’s Straight Male Models

A Gallery of the Male Physique.

His work has echoes of Physique Pictorial and Vim, the magazines from the early part of the 20th century when homoeroticism was veiled under the guise of health and fitness.

The Vintage Gay Adult Novel

A Selection of Cover Art from Vintage Gay Adult novels

Olivier Joly curates a gallery of vintage gay novels, from pulp to classic.

What is fascinating about these books is that, from the ‘40s to the ‘60s, their cover art, titles and marketing blurbs give an insight into the evolution of gay male behaviour.