Thursday, April 29, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.29.2010 - featuring Sam Devries


Sam and I had a great time posing for the Leslie+Lohman Erotic Drawing Studio last night, so I was inspired to commemorate the evening by posting this photo © 2009 by Kim Hanson.  Purchase inquiries may be made through his website: http://www.kimhanson.net

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Pics of the Day - 4.28.2010 - More from JOCK PARK




This scene opens to find Colin Steele and Matthew Ford watching straight porn in the basement. I happen to find them (as does David Chase) and, as guys will do, we all start stroking. Eventually, Matthew sits on Colin's dick and we all blow our loads. It's the kind of hot scene that Joe Gage and Ray Dragon do best. Don't miss it! Click on any pic to see a preview and order your copy today.






Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.27.2010 - from JOCK PARK



Stills from Joe Gage's JOCK PARK, just released by Dragon/Gage Media yesterday.  The bottom photo is from the incredibly hot scene where I top Spike.  The film also features Colin Steele, Matthew Ford, Mike Dreyden, Charlie Shaye, Ty LeBoeuf, Luke Piersol, David Chase and Chad Brock.

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Monday, April 26, 2010

My new film: JOCK PARK

JOCK PARK is out and available for order on Ray Dragon's Supersite. And, it's my second DVD cover! Click the image above to see the preview.

Directed by the legendary Joe Gage, JOCK PARK features my buddies Mike Dreyden, Colin Steele, Matthew Ford and a hot scene with me topping Spike!

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.24.2010

I'm spending the afternoon romping through nature with my buddy Kelly Grider, so I'm posting his photo (© 2008) of me at Split Rock.  Purchase inquires may be made through his website: http://www.kellygrider.com  Love being naked outdoors!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.15.2010

Photo © 2009 by Kelly Grider.  Purchase inquiries may be made through his website: http://www.kellygrider.com.

Okay, y'all, let me tell you a bit about Kelly Grider.  He shoots on film, has what seems like 100 or more cameras and at least twice as many lenses.  He processes his own film, makes his own prints and, many times, makes his own lenses.  He is also intelligent, well-educated, well-travelled, funny, and good-looking.  But I digress.  This is what I want you to know: the image above (and, indeed, all the images I've posted of Kelly's) is from a contact sheet.  Now, for those of you too young to know what a contact sheet is, lemme explain.  A contact sheet is a piece of photographic paper upon which some negatives is laid and exposed to a little light.  Then, the photographic paper is developed in a pan of chemicals like a regular print.  What you end up with is a light-burned black piece of paper with the positive images (thumbnails, if you will) from the negatives on it.  These contact sheets are merely used for referencing what you have captured on your film.  They are NOT the finished product.  It's the equivalent of looking at the tiny LCD screen on the back of your digital camera after you've snapped the photo.  Kelly makes contact sheets and then stores them in plastic sheets for archival purposes.  The image above is from a scanned contact sheet, still in its protective plastic sheet, laid on a flatbed scanner.

Why do I tell you this?  Because that gorgeous image above has not been Photoshopped or even properly printed.  There are few photographers working today who's work is strong enough to be shown in this stage of development and not only be gallery-worthy, but also better than most of the finished photos being displayed and sold today.

I'm not playing favorites here.  I love all the photographers with whom I've worked.  When I look at a photo like the one above, like most people, I first take in the composition, subject matter and lighting.  Sometimes, when I learn a bit about the artist's technical process, my appreciation of that image is enhanced.  Not all photographers have a story as interesting as this.  Oh, by the way, the hood I'm wearing in the photo is chain maille, hand made by Kelly Grider.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.14.2010 - Whip It Out Wednesday!

It's Whip It Out Wednesday!  Join me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bryanslaterxxx and play along.  Here's how: Take a quick dick pic, upload it and post the link on Twitter along with the tag #WIOW.  Come on boys, show me what you're packin'!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.13.2010 - from the archives

Photo © 2008 by Kim Hanson.  Evidently, it was Porn Hour at the gym this past Sunday.  I ran into Tommy Deluca, Kevin Slater (no relation), and Blu Kennedy.  In honor of this cosmic event, I thought I'd post a photo of Tommy and me going dick to dick.  And, if you haven't seen it yet, check out my hot fuck scene with Blu in Ray Dragon's DICKFLIX PARTY.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.9.2010 (featuring Sam Devries)

Photo © 2009 by Kim Hanson, all rights reserved.  Purchase inquiries may be made through his website: http://www.kimhanson.net  Model, Sam Devries, may be contacted through his profile on Model Mayhem for serious modeling inquires only: http://www.modelmayhem.com/863393

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pics of the Day - 4.7.2010 - Whip It Out Wednesday!


It's time for Whip It Out Wednesday!  Here's how to play: Take a quick dick pic, upload it and post the link.  Show me what you're packin'!

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Pics of the Day - 4.3.2010

See more works by (from top to bottom, if you'll pardon the expression) Dan Romer, David Livingston, Allen Todd Yeager and Anthony Gonzalez in "DRAWN TOGETHER" at the Leslie/Lohman Gallery,which closes TODAY, Saturday April 3, 2010 -  http://www.leslielohman.org.  You don't want to miss this exhibit!

Friday, April 2, 2010

Pic of the Day - 4.2.2010

"Meat to Meat" (me with a hot buddy) by Allen Todd Yeager, 2010, 8"x10" ink wash with black ink and white charcoal. To purchase, contact Mr. Yeager through his website - http://www.yeagermuseum.com. You can also see his work in the group exhibit "DRAWN TOGETHER" at the Leslie/Lohman Gallery, which closes tomorrow, Saturday April 3, 2010 -  http://www.leslielohman.org.  You don't want to miss this exhibit!