I'm a man of my word. In the end, that's all there is, really

M A N I K I N S
men, in pictures



The photography of Atlanta-based photographer Bertron Anderson.

Title quote: "I'm a man of my word. In the end, that's all there is, really."
Dialogue, Blake's 7 - Rumours of Death (1980).

5 comments:

Charles said...

#1 Beautiful and can knock out any who oppose him
Man#2 His beauty is restrained, unmistakably beautiful but socially bound by conventions and prejudice?
Man#3 Kinda looks like a humanised Cheetah, between the eyes and the bone structure of his face
Man#4 Helloooo Tarzan!! piss off Jane, this one's mine
Man#5 Tom Sawyer wouldn't have run very far with this one around
Man#6 reminds me of an accountant, smart as hell and super naughty after hours
Man#7 Stops trouble with a kiss, not a fist
Man#8 Makes love not Hate
Men 9-19 i've no time to critique

Liberator Émigré Éire said...

LOL wow!! I look forward to hearing your critiques of 9-19! Very entertaining!!

Mr. Toddy English said...

Oh my goodness...I'd like to go to whatever department store has these MANIKINS!

Liberator Émigré Éire said...

LOL!!!

Did you know that models used to be called manikins? I used to watch a TV show called The House of Elliott, about a London fashion house in the '20s (I know, how gay is that?) and that's how they referred to them. It's more appropriate, I think

thegayte-keeper said...

IMpressive collection!

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