Monday, November 30, 2009

Unknown Model Photographed by Russ Warner

UPDATED November 10, 2017: Russ Warner took this photograph of this unknown model.

This post used to feature several other images of unknown models. When you click on the models' name labels directly beneath this post, you can see photographs of those models now identified.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Lance Arlen

I know nothing about Lance Arlen, though I suspect he modeled during the 1950's.

Vic Seipke

Here are several more photographs of Vic Seipke, arguably one of the most famous beefcake models of the 1950's.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Jim Collette, Tommy Evans, AMG

Here are six photographs by AMG of the hugely popular Jim Collette wrestling the fairer-haired Tommy Evans. I believe I read somewhere that AMG's Bob Mizer loathed photographing these wrestling scenarios, but followed each decade's changing tastes. I believe these photographs were taken in the mid to late 1960's.

Al Wilisch

I know nothing about Al Wilisch other than he appears in beefcake magazines from the 1950's. Bruce of Los Angeles photographed him, too, but I do not know who took these photographs.

Phil Knight

I believe all of these photographs were taken by Bruce of Los Angeles. I especially like the one of Phil using the skillet in the kitchen. It is included in a sprawling pictorial spread featuring Phil in Volume 12 of The Male Figure by Bruce of Los Angeles.

Friday, November 27, 2009

George Everett Photographed by David Martin

UPDATED April 7, 2011: This photograph of George Everett was taken by David Martin, who was one of the first beefcake photographers.

Jim Nelsen

UPDATED May 29, 2011: These two photographs of handsome Jim Nelsen were taken by Pat Milo.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

John Weidemann

Here are seven photographs of John Weidemann by Bruce of Los Angeles. These are some of my all-time favorite beach photographs of a male model. I also like the photograph of him wrestling Kim Fox - they look like titans.

Kurt Freeman

Kurt Freeman appears in beefcake magazines from the 1950's. My favorite are the ones he did with Bruce of Los Angeles, most notably as the Indian.