Saturday, November 21, 2009
Porn actor and model Nash Lawler (born December 21st 1984, Denver) was formerly known as Kenny at Fratmen. This beautiful shoot was photographed in Chicago by John Bruno (imagesource: men without clothes).
Friday, November 20, 2009
The model above pops up in so many editorials lately. His name is Frey Mudd and he's at Red Model Management. Every time I see his face he scares the shit out of me. I know you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, so I won't say ugly things about him, but oh pansy bastard's god.... is there anybody out there who finds this guy attractive? He reminds me of Sam, the world's ugliest dog from a couple of years ago (oops, that IS an ugly thing to say).
It’s that time of the year when young boys with big dreams from all over Brazil come to São Paulo to be discovered by model agencies, in the hope of becoming the next big Brazilian top model to take over the world. The boys of agent Anselmo Camaleão photographed by Didio. Complete set at Models by Didio.
This afternoon we visited Apeldoorn. A city with a long lasting connection to our Royal Family and ofcourse unquestionably, the city with our largest needle.
And we ended the day with a car breaking down. Mechanics came, took our car and left us with a replacement which looks the same, drives faster, but is a four doors version, which limits your views....
I first discovered the work of spanish photographer Javier Felices in the last edition of Ticketohell Magazine. I really like the way he uses colour and black & white in his work without being tacky (like that red rose in b&w background stuff, which I cannot stand).
Today I found this beautiful new shoot with model Asier in my mailbox. And again I fell in love with his work. The way he edits his pictures, using raw cuts and again the use of colour together with black & white makes it different from most shoots I post on here. And different is very welcome!
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Found this great french blog completely dedicated to the use of Photoshop in movie posters. The whole process is worked out, the mistakes are beautifully highlighted and (very rare for a french blog) it's translated in english as well! Go enjoy the magic of poster making at Photoshop In Movie Posters and Ads.