It’s been mostly graphic aesthetics of one sort or another recently so here’s some bodily aesthetics via the always reliable Homotography. Shrouded is an exhibition by Australian photographer Brenton Parry which runs at the Pine Street Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney, until February 13th. Homotography has further pictures. Another recent post there was a set of nude dancers which photographer Yang Wang calls The Naked Dance. And while we’re on the subject of masculine pulchritude, EVB’s latest Boy of the Week was one of the best yet. How beauteous mankind is!

2 thoughts on “Shrouded”

  1. On the EVB of the week: gorgeous Pre-Raphaelite mouth, but a rather disturbingly vacant stare in that first shot. I’d thought lobotomizing one’s models was frowned upon these days.

  2. I think it’s that affectless stare which all fashion models are supposed to cultivate. He’s almost got the loose-limbed languor as well so there’s probably a modelling career awaiting.

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