For their collaboration with PAOM, Blottiere was given free reign to use LaBruce’s photographic records of his extensive career –including photographs, film stills, movie posters and polaroid pictures– as basis for 12 exclusive collages specifically created for this project. The works portray surreal displays of sexual scenarios, tensions, and embodiments. Textual overlays command queercore manifestations from LaBruce’s iconic writings. The collection consists of 20 unisex designs, including a bomber jacket, t-shirts, thermal tops, sweaters, a button down shirt, a windbreaker, a polo shirt, and accessories. We got round to asking the artists a few questions on art, fashion, pornography and on how these three worlds can somehow get together.