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By JC Alvarez | Monday Dec 2, 2013
If you’ve ever longed for the latest court shoe style, or the muscled hunk in them, then "Turn On: Sneax" is the photo book for you. Whether laced up or high top, there’s a fit for every fetish.
By Michael Cox | Thursday Nov 14, 2013
Before porn was a mouse click away, and everyone in Hollywood had definition in their abs, images of half-naked men posing were truly something special, as witnessed in David L. Chapman’s "Universal Hunks."
By Kevin Taft | Wednesday Nov 13, 2013
The latest collection of "Star Wars" art compiles all six films into an elaborate picture book comprised of hundreds of frames selected by George Lucas himself.
By Michael Cox | Saturday Nov 2, 2013
Accompanying the exhibit in NYC, Valerie Steele, director of the Fashion Institute of Technology, explores a topic that surprisingly few have in "A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Cakewalk" what gay people have done for fashion.
By Michael Cox | Friday Oct 4, 2013
"Hombres" by Joan Crisol is 81 pages of underwear, swimwear and athletic wear, modeled by absurdly chiseled European men in exotic, Spanish settings. It’s all the most flammable ingredients, yet nothing seems to catch fire.
By Michael Cox | Monday Sep 30, 2013
"Capolavoro di Uomo: Masterpiece of Man" is an art gallery of some of the world’s most intriguing and diverse gay erotic art, from 46 artists. What makes this collection so becoming is the way the artists take us into the secret realms of unique desire.
By Mark Thompson | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
If you’re looking for gifts that might last a little longer than a bottle of bubby, then you could do worse than peruse some of the selections from this year’s "Home for the Holidays" gift guide.
By Mark Thompson | Sunday Oct 28, 2012
Published by H.F. Ullmann, "Modern Living Accessories: 100 Years of Design" presents a retrospective of the most important developments and highlights in design of the past 100 years, beginning with the latest trends for 2011.
Thursday Sep 13, 2012
A portmanteau word, "gypset" is defined as the nomadic spirit of a gypsy mixed with the sophistication of the jet set. In the follow-up to her best-selling "Gypset Style," Julia Chaplin explores the little-known enclaves of gypsetters around the world.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Sep 4, 2012
The new trilingual, 720-page edition of "Modern Furniture: 150 Years of Design" is a sweeping retrospective of furniture design, ranging from an 1859 "bistro chair" to the latest design trends through 2011.
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