Thursday, March 17, 2022

Forrester Millard by AMG Athletic Model Guild

 One of Bob Mizer's earliest models, and one of his favorites.  This image was photographed circa 1950 (possibly earlier).  Forrester would make a return to AMG in the late 50s as "Forrest D'Orlac" in a great series of dual poses with John Tristram.  Thanks to titanusgallery on ebay for this image - a brilliant moment captured by Mizer!

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tabby Anderson by AMG


Tabby has been a favorite of mine from the moment I first saw him, twenty or so years ago.  This is a new photo of him that I just found and had to share with you right away.  His eyes are telling a story, but I'm not sure which one - is he tired, or just bored?  I've never seen a shot of him without either his smiling face or intense gaze.  I think he's just tired, ready to take a shower to clean off the oil, and get his fee from Bob so that he can take his girlfriend out for dinner!

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Anthony Perkins making heartbeats race while on the set of "Tall Story" in 1960 (Jane Fonda knows a snack when she sees one...).

(With thanks to @dav1drush on Twitter!)

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Brand New from Taschen -- AMG's 1000 Model Directory!

Let's raise a toast to Den Bell at AMG/The Bob Mizer Foundation and Dian Hanson at Taschen for putting together another exciting book -- The 1000 Model Directory!  Inspired by the classic magazine of the same name from the sixties, this boxed, two-volume edition expands on Bob Mizer's original idea by presenting full-sized images, in black & white and in color, of the models that Mizer photographed between 1945 and 1968 -- the Golden Age of physique photography before the legalization of male nude photography.

I've yet to see a copy (sorry, I'm poor), but Taschen makes wonderful books so I know this is going to be great.  It is getting some wide-ranging online press -- French Vogue, i-D Vice, Cool Hunting, Luster Magazine, The Huffington Post and even the venerable New Yorker!

The list price for this epic collection is $125, but right now you can buy it directly from The Bob Mizer Foundation for only $99 with free US shipping!  Buying your copy directly from AMG helps support their efforts to catalog and preserve the millions of negatives and photographs in their archives.

1000+ pages of prime beefcake and even a DVD of 18 AMG films -- what more could a person want?  Order a copy and tell them Alan at V-M-P sent you!