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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
May 25 - 28, 2012
Chicago, IL

International Mister Leather
presents:

The Leather Market
The Foundation Will Be There!

Sam Orwen, Lovers, 1982
TOM OF FINLAND, (Finnish, 1920 – 1991),
Untitled, 1985, Pen and ink on paper,
ToFF #85.24, © 1985-2012 Tom of Finland Foundation


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!

Non-weekend package holders will need to get a daily Day Pass to enter the Leather Market. There is a $5.00 suggested donation with all proceeds going to the Leather Archives and Museum. (Note: you must be 21 to enter the Market.) Wristbands are color-coded for each day of IML.

A full Weekend Market "Pride Pass" is available for a donation of at least $25 and will provide immediate access to the Vendor Market during open hours. "Pride Pass" holders will receive a special wristband, a certificate good for $25 off a Weekend Package for next year's IML and will be good for free admission to the Leather Archives and Museum thru June 30, 2012. These passes can be purchased in the Vendor Market Day Pass registration area in Columbus Hall.

The hours of the IML 2012 Leather Market will be:

Friday, May 25 - Market Open 12 PM to 7 PM
Saturday, May 26 - Market Open 11 AM to 7 PM
Sunday, May 27 - Market Open 11 AM to 5 PM
Monday, May 28 - Market Open 11 AM to 4 PM

The Leather Market
Venue: Hyatt Regency Chicago
151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601 · MAP · 816.214.8732

The Leather Market Info Page
International Mr. Leather Website

Leather Archives and Museum Website

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"Whenever I was depressed or disgusted, I would feel him, that spirit inside, urging me back to living, back to drawing, I believe there is a lot to the world that can’t be seen or touched, and if you turn away from that — especially if you are an artist — you are avoiding an important part of life, maybe the very heart of it.” — Tom of Finland