Queerty is better as a member
What a gutless board! Very tame stuff, really. Like the photos though, and a great concept.
It is always amazing what crap passes as art as long as the artists gives some blowheart explanation of his inspiration.
@QJ201: Art isn’t to be understood, but appreciated. Now go back to your cubicle, I’m sure you’ve got some report to finish up…
Dull and boring composition. The decor ? Well there isn’t any. Even with hot guys as the subject it would still be lifeless. Throw in the toads and it is positively dead. The only art I saw was the paintings on the ugly skinny guys walls.
I like it! I’ve seen worse in art. I think when it is “art” you should be able to get away with alot more. They could all be full frontal nude and it would still be tasteful and artistic.
http://www.luriddigs.com/ nsfw – does it much better and funnier and is no less creepy.
Shocking, I can’t believe that Recon, Grinder, A4A, Silver Daddies, ect., profile pics are not considered art?!!?
And everyone of them included their head/face too!
Only three pictures out of the bunch seem NOT to depict middle-aged men angry that they did not do porn when they were younger. I mean really, get real here.
And there were children (school groups) who were going to see these images? I think it best to let the twinks look up and view porn privately on the internet than be frightened even more about the future of growing old and being gay.
Guys, go get a dog and accept……….
I thoroughly LOVE the living rooms….BORING!!! (Next!…)
Picture No 7 above also identified as picture 14, was somewhat interesting. Sadly the entire lot were somewhat depressing. How about a living room that looks like it belongs to say Tom Ford, or perhaps one that belongs to a couple, in their 50′s and in their prime and who have clothes and taste?
As for the banning of these pictures, well many exhibition curators do not like art when first shown, but banning it is ridiculous.
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