At some point during the quarantine, a well-curated adult entertainment website approached me, offering access to peruse their voluminous catalog. I dove in. I masked and distanced, marched and protested, hiked through a forest and laid on a beach. The journey down the virtual video aisles of streaming platform PinkLabelTV began with a message from Jenni Olson, filmmaker, film historian, and co-director of the Bressan Project.
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We reached out to Durk Dehner, the co-founder and president of the Tom of Finland Foundation to talk a little bit about some of our favorite queer artists inspired by Tom of Finland. His adoration of the male species, and in particular black men, creating such amazing iconology. They both thrived on the magnificence they found in men, transforming them into gods.
Over the course of five decades, American photographer, filmmaker, and publisher Jim French elevated male erotica to a place of honour within the pantheon of art — creating COLT Studio, the most successful male physique photography company in the US. Born in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, French moved to Harrisburg at the age of nine and spent the rest of his childhood there. His parents were both musicians: his mother sang and his father played the violin. French himself was drawn to art and went to study at the Philadelphia School of Art before enlisting in the army and going on active duty