Larrikin – a man of free spirit, rebellious and questioning of standards
Sydney photographer Paul Freeman has garnered a cult following around the
world for his rejection of the aesthetic homogeneity that often permeates contemporary
male nude photography. His work tells a compelling story of Australian masculinity
and raw sex appeal.
This new volume is a homage to the ultimate larrikin fantasy – virile, hyper-masculine
men photographed in rural locations, on vast farming plains and along slow winding
rivers and bubbling desert streams.
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Ausgabe | 240 Seiten | Verlag: Cowboy Mouth (2017)