Meryl Meisler’s photos capture the experience of both living at home with all its theatrics, and coming of age on the streets of NYC in the ’70s.
The Skin Deep project proposes a new normal in the decorated body.
Why stare at one guy for a whole month, when you can have a fresh face every day?
Marwane Pallas is his own muse.
Dugan's new book, Every Breath We Drew, depicts a new, almost hopeful, masculinty.
Our celebration of post-war gay, bisexual, and straight movie stars wearing next to nothing at all.
Stefan Pinto seized the moment by creating an impromptu sexy photo booth in the Pleasure Park section of the Tom of Finland Art & Culture Festibval this weekend.
Escaping the chaos of fashion photograpy in Paris, deGray found his life and soul in French Polynesia and its men.
Paul Specht's goal in portrait photography is to dispel the myth that we need to look a certain way to model for art and photography. “Everyone is worth capturing.”
John Arsenault's beautiful photos of contests gone by remind us why BIDS is the event of the social season in Los Angeles.