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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? For over 40 years, David Hurles documented the hidden world of rough trade and rent boys posing, masturbating, wrestling, or boxing.
As a visual record of youthful male ambitions, the photographs of David Hurles vibrate with self-assurance and dangerous sexuality. Hurles' style was unmistakable, downplaying technical polish in favor of the unvarnished emotional truth of his muscular, tattooed subjects. His ability to communicate with his models helped him elicit erotic presentations that no other photographer of his era could capture consistently.
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Gift Quality, Brand New. Clean, crisp, and bright, a beauty. Hurles own history as a hustler is recounted in this book, resonates with this same kind of gutter intensity as the images he created.
David Randolph Hurles born September 12,Cincinnati is a gay pornographerwhose one-man company, run from a private mailbox, was called Old Reliable Tape and Picture Company. His work, produced primarily in the s and s, falls into three categories: photographs, audio tapes, and videotapes. Hurles' models were typically ex-cons, hustlers, drifters, and lowlifes. Inalready filming in Super-8 format used by his mentor and longtime friend Bob Mizer of Athletic Model Guildhe met and became a great friend of Jack Fritschereditor of Drummer magazine, who described David as "my longtime pal and housemate";   the character Solly Blue in Fritscher's novel Some Dance to Remember has much in common with Hurles.
You just want to be admired, hopefully on the big screen. Also on the scene: Bob Mizer, a wavy-haired, gentle-eyed, self-trained photographer of twenty-four, and the recent founder of the Athletic Model Guild, which sells photos of buff men to discerning customers. Mizer flatters you with an invitation to his downtown studio—the parlor of the Victorian house he shares with his mother.