Saturday, August 13, 2011

Players Two by Rick Day

The success of Rick Day's very first photo book - PLAYERS - was remarkable. After two years of waiting there's finally a follow‐up - PLAYERS TWO. Once again, we are treated to a visual feast of stunning men who passionately shape their bodies and train every single muscle to reach perfection. Day is capable of capturing the passion and the will power of his models. His photos are incredibly sexy and absolutely brilliant.

Players Two by Rick day. Get the book here.

Pre-order Naked by Dylan Rosser

Talented photographer of amazingly stunning men, Dylan Rosser, has a new book coming out - Naked by Dylan Rosser - and you can now pre-order a copy at Amazon.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Players by Rick Day

Players by Rick Day

"If you like hot athletes in very little clothing - and really, who doesn't? - PLAYERS will make you very happy. This new photo book from New York based photographer Rick Day features incredibly hot, muscled, sporty men showing off the bodies they've built through years of playing football, soccer, wrestling, and other sports we love to fantasize about."

Friday, August 5, 2011

5 Interesting and Humorous Penis Books

Ah, yes... the penis. Love it or hate it, it always makes for an interesting and lively discussion. Check out this list of 5 interesting and humorous penis books:

1. How to Live with a Huge Penis

Are you one of the thousands of men out there suffering from the medical condition known as OMG (Oversized Male Genitalia)? Then this book might be for you! :)

How to Live with a Huge Penis is a gag book that will surely elicit interesting reactions from people who come across it.

Get the book here.

2. Penis Pokey

Every scene in Penis Pokey has one thing missing - and YOU have to complete the picture! Are you up to the challenge?

Oh, and it's probably not a good idea to get a used copy of this penis book.

Poke your penis through these holes!

Get the book here.

3. The Penis Book

Product Description:
The The Penis Book seeks to redress the balance, exposing all (quite literally) there is to know about the honourable member. Throbbing with facts, figures, photos and illustrations, the book leaves no foreskin unturned in its quest to bring you the low-down on its subject. Told with wit, vim and lashings of wicked humour, even the most prudish won't be able to resist raising a smile (and perhaps something else).

Get the book here.

4. A Mind of Its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis

Customer Review:
"I had seen this book on Amazon before and by-passed it, thinking that it would be little more than an anthology of dick stories, past and present. Do not make that mistake. A Mind of Its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis is a well-researched book that investigates the religious, scientific, racial, political and psychological dimensions - pun intended - of the penis throughout Western History, from Ancient Greece to Viagra. On the other hand, do not fret that it is a dry tome; the author presents the material in an entertaining manner with just the right amount of ribaldry. So interesting is the book that I read the entire 300+ pages in two sittings."

Get the book here.

5. Puppetry of the Penis: The Ancient Australian Art of Genital Origami

Product Description:
For the adventurous showman with an eye for the outrageous, Puppetry of the Penis: The Ancient Australian Art of Genital Origami provides step-by-step instructions for creating penis puppets. Daring artists can attempt to build the "Hamburger," offer a ride on the "Skateboard," tell the time with the "Wristwatch," and show off all manner of animals, including the Loch Ness Monster. Equal parts absurd and scandalous, this is a hilarious guide to creating the world’s most unique art.

Health Warning:
Excessive practicing of genital origami may result in irreparable harm. Failure to take note of this will result in what your mother always told you would happen...

Like this puppetry of the penis book? Get it here.

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Move. Eat. Learn.

44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage. All to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films.

Move. Eat. Learn.




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