Superpose Press is an art collective that seeds visions of a more fabulous post-apocalypse in our current apocalyptic world. Through publication, decoration and collaboration, we disseminate these ideas as they demand.
A shirt that can’t make up its mind if it’s more sexy sacred or more sacred sexy.
Portraits of people’s second, third or fourth face.
Making heroes of the most incorrigible queers.
Superpose stands at the unlikely intersection of varying traditions: superhero comics and fashion illustration, queer pornography and religious iconography, rpg and poetry.
The name nods to modern alchemy: particles in superposition are in a state of possibility until measured, neither this nor that nor neither nor both defying all reason. At the most fundamental level of reality currently known, they demand respect for mystery.
Superpose stands at the unlikely intersection of varying traditions: superhero comics and fashion illustration, queer pornography and religious iconography, rpg and poetry.
The name nods to modern alchemy: particles in superposition are in a state of possibility until measured, neither this nor that nor neither nor both defying all reason. At the most fundamental level of reality currently known, they demand respect for mystery.
Superpose extends this idea to culture asking if we we rubbed enough friction from our binaries would holy elixir shower us all?
Enaree Kirkorian is a multimedia artist from Queens, NY.
Through their creative studio Superpose Press, they practice art from a culture hacking perspective. Their projects are informed by transnational queer and immigrant identity and have included spiritual comics, performing poetry internationally, fostering global drag fashion illustration community online and creating and producing independent games.
Their practice centers community and collaboration and he uses empathic leadership, boisterous imagination and narrative acumen to carve out space for visions of a more colorful world.
Elena Vincenzoni is an Italian artist and Visual Designer based in Milan.
Elena’s traditional graphic design education meets drag, hyper-femininity and anime to create her whimsical and polished style. When Elena isn’t drawing she’s creating the next look for her drag queen alter-ego Oriana Nye, blurring the lines between illustration and real life.