Venfield 8's “Summer Diary” is more interesting than mine!
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Fresh Venfield 8 interview. This is the one in which he discusses his fetish for big, hairy butts.
The elusive photographer Venfield 8 has finally joined Facebook—like 'im here.
Venfield 8 is offering the above beautiful poster (22" X 28") of David Laflamme to promote his limited-edition book Bear Hill. The posters are only $20 inclusive of shipping (extra for overseas), and you can get yours signed by the model and the photographer for just $30.
Wanna win 1 instead?
Artist James Jeffers did this cool illustration inspired by the same pose.
Just comment this post with the name of your favorite male model of all time. I'll pick 1 of you at random to win 1 week from tonight at 5PM ET (U.S. residents only). Good luck!
Today, mystery shooter Venfield 8 will post the full, uncensored image "AFRIKA, 2014," one step in his partnership with All Out, a charity based in Parity that fights for gay rights internationally. Venfield wants to help raise awareness in any way he can, and since photography is his voice, he is raising it:
"I am doing this as an artist, the only way I know how to raise awareness especially for our brothers and sisters in Uganda who now live under draconian terms, without voices and with dwindling options. All people have to do is visit All Out to see how they can help. It doesn't mean donating money, either; just a signature helps in the fight."
It's a striking image and, of course, it's the good fight we should all be fighting. More on Venfield 8 here.
He's got a sense of humor, too, teasing his rapidly expanding audience with hints that he may be someone famous, all the while sprinkling his Tumblr (Work Unfriendly) with unique, offbeat imagery, building a catalogue of work that is becoming more illustrative of who he is than any personal information ever could be.
I've been negligent in not interviewing him sooner—I've blogged about him for a couple of years already—because we've become friends. I've met him and stayed with him at his home, and have benefited from his advice and support; it's hard to interview your buddies.
But when your buddies are brilliant artists, you have to step up to the plate...