The sport of wrestling holds culturally and socially significant subtexts, such as power, athleticism, and desire. McNutt’s in-depth, artistic exploration of this sport throughout history demonstrates a natural obsession with these subtexts. Perhaps McNutt’s artwork is a representation of all of our fantasies, obsessions, intrigues, and desires.
„A guy who never really poses makes so much better pictures. Always!” – Exclusive interview with french phogorapher, Jey Tall. The post features a selection of Jey’s double expositions and one of his latest series. All analogue photography with no retouching.
„In the first moments I wanted to please the viewer but I begin to listen myself and painting things were not for the viewer to like but to express myself.” – Exclusive interview with venezuelan/spanish painter, Jean Carlos Puerto.
Mixed media artist Scott Ramsay Kyle plays withtorsos, penises, muscular butts, exaggerating spectacle and the male form through over layering textures, colour, text and odd juxtapositions to re-appropriate his own version of the naked male.
Few years ago South African designer Stiaan Louw and French photographic duo Exterface started their singular collaboration. Enriching their artistry, pushing the boundaries of male iconography, they come up with iconic looks and stories that inspire an ever-growing community. The overwhelming response and their successful artistic partnership has naturally led them to build the EXSL project.
One of the best things in abstract artworks, the viewer is not expected to see what the artist see, but to use the work as a source for their own individual perception. Go and use your fantasy while you roll down to see Preston Palmer’s artworks and read our interview with this handsome gentleman.