35 posts categorized "MADE IN BRAZIL"
As of midnight last night, it was exactly six years since my first post. It's been a tough thing to keep up with a dayjob and outside activities, and just when I think I might walk away, a valuable connection or interesting opportunity or a kind word comes my way. Thank you all for reading me.
Of whom are you more jealous?
Here are my favorite 100+ posts out of nearly 11,000. Please take some time to read (or re-read!) a couple and tweet or Facebook any you like.
FROM BOY TO MAN: BC B.C. (2007): The entire history of my novell and novel Boy Culture as well as the movie version; might be my ultimate post.
BOY ON FILM (2006): An account of the NYC launch party for Boy Culture as it played the TriBeCa Film Fest.
FRIENDS AND "FAMILY" (2006): The movie version of Boy Culture hits Chicago.
RAPT PUPIL (2006): The final night of Outfest with Boy Culture; I was fat but on the other hand got to meet Bryan Singer.
"Your pictures suck" (2008): An art critic attacks me, but not without sustaining some hits in return.
DRAWN TOGETHER (2008): How my desire to draw related to my secret desire. One of my absolute favorite posts.
LOST ANGELES (2009): My favorite photographic travelogue of L.A.
ART IMITATES LIFE (2006): My 9/11 and my distaste for grief tourism.
BURNING MAN (2007): Tribute to my late high school friend and first romance.
LOST BOY FOUND (2011): There is a book in here somewhere.
CIAO HOUNDS: OUR TRIP TO ITALY (2011): Finally got José to Europe.
ILLINOIS DEATH TRIP (2007): Ruminations on death while revisiting a past home, and the past.
PASSING BY (2008): Mourning the loss of a person I only met once.
Arthur Sales...definitely isn't ugly. More persuasive evidence here.
With thanks to Douglas: Brazilian model Murilo Rezende was brutally stabbed to death at the impossibly young age of 21 this week. He's popped up on Boy Culture more than once. RIP.
Get ready for some pubetastic shots of Antonio Kikoler by Italo Gaspar over here.
Maybe the (biggest but not only) reason it seems so impossible to ever look like one of these models I see all the time is that they're secretly all 18:
Model brothers Paulo and Pedro Albuquerque are captured in all their glory by Italo Gaspar over at Made in Brazil.
The third Made in Brazil Magazine is here! Only 1,000 copies, so get 'em while Marlon Texeira (below) is hot.