summerdiary:

from ‘Dear Fella’ feat. Frank Lombardi by Dusty St. Amand Photography, the first of Dusty’s new tattoo revealing photo series. We’re excited to present more to you Monday on www.summerdiaryproject.com … stay tuned!

summerdiary:

from ‘Dear Fella’ feat. Frank Lombardi by Dusty St. Amand Photography, the first of Dusty’s new tattoo revealing photo series. We’re excited to present more to you Monday on www.summerdiaryproject.com … stay tuned!

pacificosilano:

Micro Thin, 2014

Check out the latest issue of VICE magazine to see more of my work!

pacificosilano:

Micro Thin, 2014

Check out the latest issue of VICE magazine to see more of my work!

welkinlions:

Statue of Neptune

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence, Italy, situated on the Piazza della Signoria (Signoria square), in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. The fountain was commissioned in 1565 and is the work of the sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati.

This work by Bartolomeo Ammannati (1563–1565) and some assistants, such as Giambologna, was commissioned on the occasion of the wedding of Francesco I de’ Medici with Johanna of Austria in 1565. The assignment had first been given to Baccio Bandinelli, who designed the model but he died before he could start working on the block of Apuan marble.

welkinlions:

Statue of Neptune

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence, Italy, situated on the Piazza della Signoria (Signoria square), in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. The fountain was commissioned in 1565 and is the work of the sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati.

This work by Bartolomeo Ammannati (1563–1565) and some assistants, such as Giambologna, was commissioned on the occasion of the wedding of Francesco I de’ Medici with Johanna of Austria in 1565. The assignment had first been given to Baccio Bandinelli, who designed the model but he died before he could start working on the block of Apuan marble.

jonjonathanjon:

Leather daddy.

jonjonathanjon:

Leather daddy.

queermuseum:

Most know Tom Tierney as the artist responsible for all those paper dolls books that helped define the family for ages of schoolchildren, but fewer know about Attitude / New Attitude, the amazing collection of queer paper dolls from 1979.
The conceit of Attitude is that you have been invited to a swank party at Aunt Mary’s fantastic Manhattan penthouse. Each doll represents a “type” of 70s queer in attendance, from dom to drag queen to lipstick lesbian. Attitude was one of Tierney’s first books, and it helped launch the hugely prolific career he has had since. It’s interesting to see someone whose existence is outside the norm of the traditional family have such a hand in defining what that looked like for so many other people.

- James

queermuseum:

Most know Tom Tierney as the artist responsible for all those paper dolls books that helped define the family for ages of schoolchildren, but fewer know about Attitude / New Attitude, the amazing collection of queer paper dolls from 1979.

The conceit of Attitude is that you have been invited to a swank party at Aunt Mary’s fantastic Manhattan penthouse. Each doll represents a “type” of 70s queer in attendance, from dom to drag queen to lipstick lesbian. Attitude was one of Tierney’s first books, and it helped launch the hugely prolific career he has had since. It’s interesting to see someone whose existence is outside the norm of the traditional family have such a hand in defining what that looked like for so many other people.

American Family 1950s

- James

queermuseum:

746 CARD STUD 
While a few significant peaks broke the surface, homosexuality prior to the 1950s was a vast ocean of the unknowable. Gay culture, if it existed at all in records, was told in police reports and scandal sheet headlines. Enter Samuel Steward, a poet, teacher, tattoo artist and pornographer, who’s Stud File — a record of his tricks from the 20s through the 70s — was a centerpiece of Alfred Kinsey’s research on sexuality.
Steward had a prolific sexual history and he documented it religiously. At 16, he claims he seduced Rudolph Valentino; later, as a professor in Chicago his love life was dominated by sailors and street trade. The 746-card Stud File documents each of his lovers, with annotations as to when and where, and ratings of the experience. He presented it to Kinsey in an early interview and, at Kinsey’s request began keeping a confessional journal that documents how gay male sexual culture was conducted in the years before liberation. 
The Stud File and the journal later became the touchstone of biographer Justin Spring’s fascinating account of Steward’s life, Secret Historian (Farrar, Straus and Giraux, 2010). It resides in the Kinsey Institute archives in Indiana.

queermuseum:

746 CARD STUD 

While a few significant peaks broke the surface, homosexuality prior to the 1950s was a vast ocean of the unknowable. Gay culture, if it existed at all in records, was told in police reports and scandal sheet headlines. Enter Samuel Steward, a poet, teacher, tattoo artist and pornographer, who’s Stud File — a record of his tricks from the 20s through the 70s — was a centerpiece of Alfred Kinsey’s research on sexuality.

Steward had a prolific sexual history and he documented it religiously. At 16, he claims he seduced Rudolph Valentino; later, as a professor in Chicago his love life was dominated by sailors and street trade. The 746-card Stud File documents each of his lovers, with annotations as to when and where, and ratings of the experience. He presented it to Kinsey in an early interview and, at Kinsey’s request began keeping a confessional journal that documents how gay male sexual culture was conducted in the years before liberation. 

The Stud File and the journal later became the touchstone of biographer Justin Spring’s fascinating account of Steward’s life, Secret Historian (Farrar, Straus and Giraux, 2010). It resides in the Kinsey Institute archives in Indiana.

albertodelasheras:

Peter & Paul

albertodelasheras:

Peter & Paul

pipebruiser:

When you meet the hottest fucking dude naked at a sex party and fall in love and exchange wedding vows with cock rings and then you get dressed together to leave and you look at his outfit and you’re like “oh my god what have I done”.

leatherarchives:

Lookin’ For It

leatherarchives:

Lookin’ For It