50 Homoerotic Portraits of Hypermasculinity by Woo Dun
By Christopher Harrity
Read about the art of Woo Dun below.
Woo Dun is interested in masculinity. Homoeroticism permeates most of his work, from sensuality to brute violence. His interest in this stems from his interpretation of what masculinity entails through a range of male-focused artwork. Woo Dun hopes his art brings an appreciation of the male form to his audience, and evokes conversations about the complex identities of men in rapidly changing times.
Woo Dun is working on multiple early-stage projects, including graphic novels, art book possibilities, as well as animated short films. He is interested in funding possibilities, collaborations, and publishing opportunities.
Artist's note: This is a detail of a work in progress.
The Art of Woo Dun
About Woo Dun
Woo Dun has enjoyed drawing for as long as he can remember. He became interested in the male form during his teens, which has been a crucial component in his artistic journey. Currently Woo Dun is a professional illustrator and concept artist working primarily with digital medium. All his work is painted with Adobe Photoshop. Coming from a background with oil painting, his approach to his digital work shares many similarities with traditional painting. He creates original work from imagination, as well as shared photo-study work on his site.