Sheffield queer culture heroes Andro and Eve rose to the challenge of bringing communities together during the pandemic this year. They took drag digital with online workshops and performances and also went analogue with CENTRE, a zine made with artist Okocha Obasi and featuring the voices of northern LGBTQ+ folks. CENTRE features personal accounts of everything from discovering gender non-conformity through Boy George to finding pride in being working class, Black and queer, and feeling the still-looming legacy of Section 28. There’s poetry, a recipe, colouring-in, and an interview with someone who found a sense of home in Sheffield thanks to LASS (Lesbian Asylum Support Sheffield). It’s a beautiful anthology of vulnerability, solidarity, love and joy. 50% of all profits go to Racial Justice Network.
Buy from Andro and Eve – there's a bunch of merch in their shop too, including badges, postcards, tees and totes
Jack de Aguilar prints
For just a tenner you can buy one of Jack’s ace analogue photography prints and support his fundraising for the fantastic Broomhall Homework Club. The Homework Club is a safe, sociable space for children and young people in Broomhall, providing tutoring, group activities, revision support, access to the internet and more. During lockdown it’s continued to offer educational and emotional support online. Jack’s prints feature a mix of black and white and colour photos, with quiet everyday scenes like buying bread, drying laundry or sitting on a tram, and moments of people/animals at peace with their surroundings. They’re all shot on various 35mm film, printed at 8”x6”.
Order online – orders close Monday 14th December
– Kat Hall