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Paul Richmond's Cheesecake Boy paintings put a long overdue twist on classic pin-up art by placing men in the objectified spaces that are typically occupied by women. Just as classic pin-up girls were often depicted as hapless victims of comical wardrobe malfunctions, Richmond's male subjects frequently get caught with their pants down. "Cheesecake Boys: The Pin-Up Art of Paul Richmond" offers a "revealing" look into his artistic process, with over a hundred pages of paintings, process pics, behind-the-scenes photo references, and more. It also features a foreword by actor Jesse Archer and an afterword by artist Jason Driskill.


About the Author

Paul Richmond
paulypants Columbus, Ohio

Paul Richmond's paintings have been displayed at venues including the World of Wonder Gallery, A Bitchin' Space, BoMA: The Bar of Modern Art, and the Columbus Museum of Art. His work has also been licensed for concert merchandise, international novel cover publication, and a greeting card line. His piece “Remembering Tammy Faye” was unveiled to celebrity guests at her memorial celebration in Palm Springs, and he helped organize a successful benefit for GLBTQ youth in association with his recent solo exhibition “Ins and Outs.” He lives with his partner Dennis and their two whippet babies in the Short North arts district of Columbus, Ohio

Publish Date  November 01, 2010

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  108 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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