|The Torture of Prometheus (1819) by Jean-Louis Cesar Lair|
Hey, Prometheus, thanks for the fire, and for looking like that. Sorry about all that "eagle eating your liver" business, but I guess you get used to anything after a while, right?
He's a fashion model, but he is almost always nude, or close to it. What is he selling in these pictures? The couture or his own perfectly formed chest? Are you looking at the swim trunks, or his clearly delineated genitalia? In the past it has always been the accepted wisdom that the model is there to show off the clothes. Nowadays the clothes are almost irrelevant, sometimes non-existent. I'm not complaining. I'm just saying.
|Sean Patrick 1968|
|Rich Thomson- Carmel Beach 1962|