Welcome to mitchmen gateway

Welcome to mitchmen.com, home of Mitchell's Gay Art.

This is my permanent gateway site.
I usually post here once a month, art and photos in praise of male beauty, strictly vanilla.
There's a link in the sidebar to a small public gallery of vanilla drawings by me (gallery last updated Feb 2019).
If you have problems with the link please read this notice.

You can find my more intense and frank work via my regular 'mitchmen' blog
(where I show my own pictures mixed with articles on other gay artists and images that excite me).

There's a 'Gallery Hub' tab at that blog which has onward links to:-
- All the official mitchmen galleries,
- The mitchmen mailing list (for the latest pictures and stories)
- The permanent mitchmen archive at Adonis Male.

I welcome comments from visitors but please avoid adult references,
I can't approve remarks which are not consistent with the vanilla format of this site
and unfortunately I can't edit your contributions!

Thank you for your interest and support.
Mitchell (Jan 2024).

Tuesday 1 September 2020

Wet, wet, wet, wet


There's a summery, wet thing going on here recently, 
what with all the swimmers I've featured.
This contender for wettest T-shirt sombrely marks 
the transition into the rainy season and autumn.

Wet shirts always flatter shapely figures
but this takes wetness to a different level. 

Sometimes getting wet is fun!
it helps if you're wearing someone else's clothes of course.
I like the way this models abs mirror the quilting of his jacket.
But does that make you think the jacket is waterproof?

 Sometimes getting wet isn't fun!
I'm not sure this is a good advert for a raincoat either.
To me it seems to say "Should have stayed at home".
Still it's a fabulous image.

Getting into the realms of torture here!
(or some hare-brained charity stunt).

Water cascading over men's bodies in showers is a familiar sight
but flooding the face seems much more disturbing
The rivulets draw out the model's facial contours beautifully 
but coupled with his less-than-cheerful reaction 
there's an uncomfortable comparison with floods of tears.

This great set of photographs entitled 'Waterfall' are the work of
Models: Matthew Terry, Matthew Noszka & Vitor Melo

For more wet or uncomfortable men, click on the labels below