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The hunky dudes of Warwick University’s Rowing Club explain how getting naked can help fight homophobia in the latest teaser for their steamy, totally nude, 2015 calendar.
This handsome crop of men have been dressing down to their birthday suits for the annual Warwick Rowers calendar since 2013, donating the profits to the Sport Allies organization, which fights homophobia in sport through education. “It was really the gay market that supported [the calendar] and started buying it, and in turn, supporting the rowing club,” says a naked rower. “So they wanted to say thank you,” a card reads.
“Sport doesn’t have to be a homophobic environment and shouldn’t have to be a homophobic environment,” says another. “We’re getting naked to make a point,” another adds.
Check it out, and make sure to pick up your copy of the Warwick Rowers 2015 Calendar today!
Photographer, Jeremy Kost, was shooting a model in his Hell’s Kitchen apartment back in 2011, when the camera malfunctioned. This mishap lead to double exposure prints.
Instead of scrapping the images, Kost used them for inspiration for his new monograph, Fractured
“The multiple exposure is almost like a collage collapsed into one frame,” Kost, who works exclusively with Polaroids, told Interview Magazine. “It’s all done in the Polaroid. There’s no digital, there’s no retouching, there’s no manipulation. It’s all one layer.”
Fractured, is a collaboration with former Calvin Klein creative director, Sam Shahid.
The is described as a “dreamlike, fractured narratives …taking the viewer to an intimate place filled with broken dreams and unrequited desire, while celebrating man’s beauty and identity.”
A limited edition series of prints are also available for purchase via paddle8 — all proceeds benefit ACRIA, a nonprofit helping those living with HIV/AIDS.