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Artist's illustrations breathe life into taboo desires

December 01, 2015
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While his mainstream counterparts in the art world were being trained in some of the world’s finest art institutes and honing their craft in sterile classrooms among the rigidity of academia, the erotic artist known as Rex received his......

Michael Stokes: Photographer’s lens captures beauty of wounded heroes

November 06, 2015
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One L.A.-based photographer has literally stripped bare the stigma of injured veterans who return home from the battlefront. The more recent subjects of Michael Stokes are strong, scarred and sensuous, embodied in the poses of......

MIZER FEATURED IN APARTAMENTO MAGAZINE

July 22, 2015
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Mizer works featured in article interview with photography historian Vince Aletti. Apartamento Magazine Issue #15, cover shot by Jason Nocito. Available worldwide on the NOW!...

WINNERS! of the 1ST ANNUAL BOB MIZER FOUNDATION EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER COMPETITION

April 01, 2015
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mizer Foundation announces winners of photo competition The Bob Mizer Foundation is proud to recognize the winners of the First Annual Bob Mizer Emerging Photographer Competition. Much......

CALL FOR ENTRIES

September 25, 2014
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AMG’s Top 5 Contemporary Homos With Cameras

March 16, 2010
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It’s time for something new. For the past five years, we’ve looked inside at the works of one of the world’s most fantastic homosexuals, Mr. Bob Mizer, and while we’ll never lose our love for the King, all of this......

Harry Bush’s Physique Pictorial

March 05, 2010
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Harry Bush – yes, that’s his real name – was certainly one of the most talented contributors to Bob Mizer’s Physique Pictorial. He may not have reached the mythic proportions of his contemporary Tom of Finland, but......

Vivienne Westwood, Leonard Peltier & Bob Mizer?

February 19, 2010
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It should come as no surprise that the fashion industry has once again mined the visual language of physique photography’s past to sell over-priced goods in an over-sexed consumer market. Likewise,......

Mike Miksche’s Marriage of Convenience, Dirt Cheap Prints

January 14, 2010
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A little over a month ago we introduced you to S&M homo and illustrator, Mike Miksche (aka Steve Masters). In the post, “Mike Miksche – Closeted S&M Homo Artist, Almost Lost Forever,” we claimed that this brilliant artist was a......

Nice Rack, Tom of Finland in Physique Pictorial

December 16, 2009
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Tom of Finland liked his men stacked – big boobs, big dicks, bulging muscles, engorged nipples, tight asses. When he contributed his first series of drawings to Bob Mizer’s Physique Pictorial in 1956, gay art......

Mike Miksche – Closeted S&M Homo Artist, Almost Lost Forever

December 10, 2009
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Mike Miksche’s (aka Steve Masters) story is a tragic one. Perpetually closeted, the flight captain turned fashion illustrator’s first contact with a gay man came in the military, when one of his flight crew expressed his undying love......

Physique Inspiration 0003

May 09, 2009
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At Left: Juwa Lavonce by Bob MizerAt Right: Sam Scott Schiavo’s tribute to AMG featuring Tuscan Sailor, Alessio...

Physique Inspiration 0002

May 09, 2009
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True to Form by Willy Vanderperre from the Spring 2009 Issue of VMan. Thanks to Russbrent for the link....

Taschen Debuts Tom of Finland XXL

April 07, 2009
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As you might already know, Touko Laaksonen, otherwise known as Tom of Finland, got his start in the pages of Physique Pictorial, way back in 1956 – Bob Mizer even gave him his name, discarding Touko for the Americanized, Tom. Well,......

Joe Dallesandro Wins Teddy at Berlin International Film Festival

February 18, 2009
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Yes the Germans are kinky, but not even the Germans would try to pass off a piece of lingerie as an award. No, the teddy in question here is a little golden statuette of a bear. The man immortalized as Little Joe in Lou Reed’s......

Play Hard w/ the Boys of Harry Bush

October 29, 2007
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It’s a polarizing debate, and one that has spanned the history of visual art. Is it okay to lust after a drawing? If you ask us, the answer is clear. Just because they’re two-dimensional, doesn’t mean they don’t have the potential......