Even more toned and scantily clad models in delicate and playful postures. These splashy photos of cult photographer Walter Kundzicz from the 1950s and 60s are as vivid and hypersexy today as they were more than half a century ago.
About the Author
Walter Kundzicz (*1925 in Newark, USA) has been an Army Air Corps gunner, an architectural draftsman and – under the studio names Champion, Take One, Master Physique and Treasure House of European Models (TEHM) – was one of the most prolific photographers of the male nude physique during the 1950s and ‘60s. In his color photos of nude and semi-nude athletic men, Walter Kundzicz pushed the societal taboos of his time and skirted the fringes of legality. He portrayed his toned and scantily clad models in delicate and playful postures that not only lived out and performed common homoerotic fantasies, but also perfectly captured the rigid but changing sexual climate in North America between the Kinsey report and hippy free love. Kundizcz’ ability to create and market these colorful, campy images assured him of a loyal fan base that continues to grow even today, a half century after most of his iconic images were created.
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