Monday, October 3, 2011
More ass with more class! Angus Malcolm presents The Warwick Rowers!
It's that time of year again! One of my favorite photographers, Angus Malcolm is back again with another year of incredibly hot shots of The Warwick Rowers. Unlike the Stade and ARL calendars (which I do love), the less 'glossy and photoshopped' shots Angus presents provides a real feel to the images with a hot intimacy as you get to know the actual rowers, not model types brought in for the shoots. This year, we also get a video!!!
Angus, who has just had a successful exhibition in Sydney and is about to be published in a new coffee table collection of male nudes, is very excited about how this year’s calendar looks
“What people have told me they love about the previous calendars is that they’re funny and charming, and sexy without being too explicit – after all, these aren’t porn stars, they’re just a nice bunch of guys who love their sport and want to help their club. We’ve think we’ve succeeded in keeping that feel, while also creating images that are going to look great on the wall.”
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The men at Warwick Rowing have stripped off once again to raise funds for their club. You can have them on your all next year and in return, your support will help them to purchase new equipment, and particularly a much-needed new boat. The calendar is available as an art quality printed calendar or as a set of high resolution downloadable images. As well as the calendar, the boys are offering two sets of bonus images – one set is group shots, and the other is solo snaps of some of your favourite guys…
As stated above, this year you can also get a film of this year’s calendar shoot, with a professionally filmed and edited look behind the scenes at the making of the calendar. Shot in full colour at broadcast-quality, this film will show these boys as you’ve never seen them before. If you like the calendar, you’ll love the film!
The rowers were thrilled that last year’s calendar achieved 200,000 downloads and sales to more than 25 countries. So this year they are giving a share of profits from sales of the film to Sport Relief, a fantastic charity that works with the BBC to help vulnerable people around the world.
Order your own copy HERE: