I think if I were to name an artist who originally helped inspire my love of holiday imagery it would be FlyFoto. Whether it be Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter or Halloween, FlyFoto has been a part of FH holidays with festive, colorful and of course erotic images! Head on over to FlyFoto's blog and check out close to 5 years of Halloween inspired images HERE:
Usually as Halloween approaches, I usually do a post featuring costume suggestions highlighting some of the hottest outfits for men that I can find. This year, I am showcasing images from last years 2013 FH Costume party. It was a studded event, featuring some of the hottest trick or treaters you have ever seen.
There was just one rule, and it was a simple one: Create a character using as few props, and as little clothing as humanly possible. The winner is featured in the post below, but here are some of my favorite finalists from the event!
Little Red Riding Hood:
Judges Comments: Bonus points for gender bending the classic character, but your basked shouldn't hide your basket and too too much cape!
Judges Comments:Brenden looks hot and although the coat perfectly frames the torso, why the pants?
The Scotsman Trio:
Judges Comments: Bonus points from coming as a trio, but it took far too much effort to have those kilts lifted! Only two of your wore tham as true Scotsman, shame on guy in the middle!
Judges Comments: Mr. Mummy won best way to wrap a weenie prize. By the end of the evening, with all the dancing and sweating, that was the only wrap left intact.
The beauty of our costume winner is in the transformation. Initially, our winner didn't seem to have a chance, a Flash t-shirt below a full set of clothing. But... as the party went on, the outer layer of clothing came slowly off, piece by piece.
We all then thought the Flash t-shirt and the skimpy blue undies were the then the final costume, but then... they came off as well. The Flash had now morphed into another superhero, this time for the final reveal of Captain America! The judges especially loved that the tall red socks remained!
Photographer Frisky Frolic is one of my favorite artists to feature, and he is a master at the slow, and ever so hot, reveal. Here, your seeing the entire set, but this series originally began on his site on October 7th, but didn't conclude, until the posting of the final image, and final letter in Convert on October 19th.