A pop-art rendering of a Crisco can and a sign that reads “TOO CUTE TO BE BINARY” are just two of more than 500 pieces of illustrated artwork on display at William Way LGBT Community Center.

The art exhibit, called ICONS, is an illustrative installation by artist and LGBT-issues journalist Natalie Hope McDonald.

Bisexual fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez achieved fame in the late 1960s and early ’70s with his vivid images of prominent models, including Jessica Lange, Grace Jones, Tina Chow Jane Forth, Donna Jordan and Jerry Hall, whom he discovered. And he kept company with The New York Times style section’s Bill Cunningham and designer Karl Lagerfeld.


Kathy Griffin is back from celebrity exile.

The comedian and dish queen has been in virtual timeout since that satirical depiction of her holding the severed, bloody head of President Trump, which drew the fiery and somewhat-hypocritical wrath of the political establishment, media and entertainment industry last year. In the quick and decisive aftermath, venues and networks cut ties and canceled upcoming gigs.

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