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martedì 30 ottobre 2007

NIGHTVISION by The Male VagaBondage.

To peep a boy playing with his underwear through x-ray glasses can be more erotic than seeing clearly him naked in the spotlight. I try to prove it whit a new video creation. Enjoy my new experiment: "NIGHTVISION".


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domenica 28 ottobre 2007

GENA IVANOV - ART OF MAN

Portraits with a very realistic rendering in the warm colors of gold and the light of watercolor that gives them so special an atomosphere mixing suave romanticism and overflowing sensuality, as well as a very strong energy we especially find in the action series and more surreal colors in the fantasy series.



giovedì 25 ottobre 2007

MARK LYNCH

Photographer Mark Lynch's work has been published in the U.S., Canada, the Czech Republic, Australia, Norway, Germany, and Brazil. Over the past decade Lynch's images have appeared in magazines such as "BLUE" (Sydney) and "PLAYGIRL" (New York) as well as numerous photographic anthologies. Current projects include "Visions" (Bruno Gmuender, Berlin) and the acclaimed "BOYS" calendar series. The 2008 calendar will be the fourth consecutive year that has showcased Lynch's photographs.









FRED BISONNES - ADVOCATE MEN - FICTION ILLUSTRATIONS






mercoledì 24 ottobre 2007

MANSCAPES - SEAN PATRICK - ALGODONES DUNES II

TIMOTHY GREENFIELD-SANDERS - THINKING XXX.

Ho già parlato di Timothy Greenfield-Sanders in un precedente post (che potete visualizzare cliccando qui). Nel precedente post ho parlato del progetto XXX che vede come protagonisti le più note pornoattrici e i più noti pornoattori del panorama cinematografico hard. Purtroppo però nel precedente post non ho trovato tutte le foto del servizio. Pubblico così il "making of" del progetto XXX selezionando per voi solo le parti dedicate ai maschietti. Buona visione.
Thinking xxx_1
Caricato da virago80

venerdì 19 ottobre 2007

"Unique" Magazine Volume 1.


This is the premier issue of Unique Magazine from 1967 out of Minneapolis. Who knows if it continued to publish? Described as "the male figure in photo with pertinent commentary" and printed in 8.5X11 format, black and white with two color covers. At the time, skin magazines needed to include "intelligent" articles to prove they were not "pornographic". With articles like "Morality and the Body", "What Is Sin?", and "The Problem No One Talks About", how could they be deemed anything BUT socially responsible?