The Very Sexy Brothers of Arcadia

The Very Sexy Brothers of Arcadia

Brothers of Arcadia is an amazingly erotic four-minute short fashion film for Thierry Mugler, which was directed by Branislav Jankic. The film features a number of mostly-naked men with stunning physiques to grab your attention. It starts off slowly with a dramatic, black and white beachside romp set to classical music, with the leading men wearing nothing but briefs and some bling. However, the mood quickly changes when vibrant colors emerge, as well as a bumping techno jam by Jessica 6. Viewers  are transported into a steamy underground photo-shoot that seems to have a Greek gods and soldiers theme, which is appropriate because these dudes are, like, chiseled from marble.

The Very Sexy Brothers of Arcadia

The Very Sexy Brothers of Arcadia (Uncensored Version)

(Best Viewed in HD Full-Screen Mode)

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The Town’s Been Invaded by Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures!

The Town’s Been Invaded by Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures!

Animals is a wickedly comical animated short film by Kristofer Ström, created for Minilogue’s music video, Animals.  Minilogue’s music is self-described as Swedish Post-House/Techno, leaving behind the boundaries of those genres, and actually all previous musical genres.  The magical little creature-animals serve as the musical front for the band, or rather as its visual front of imaginary, enchanting creatures.  And a very strange and goofy ensemble of cavorting little creatures they are!

Preparing  for the Performance: Unboxing the Animals

The Town’s Mystical, Imaginary Little Creatures

(Enjoy the Goofy Merrymaking in Full-Screen Mode)

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Le Grande Bisou: I Just Can’t Sleep When the Sun Goes Down

Le Grande Bisou: I Just Can’t Sleep When the Sun Goes Down

Sweden recently legalized same-sex marriage, and to mark that historic event, Swedish techno-house musician Adrian Lux decided to take a different approach to his new music video for Can’t Sleep. Rather than having the music set to the usual images of “sexually arousing girls in bikinis dancing in front of a green screen-cliché” that you always see in dance music videos, Lux decided to have Can’t Sleep tell a subtle romantic story between two men. In his video, the solitary loneliness of a haunting sleepless night is finally broken by a tender, grande bisou.

Happy Gay Pride Week!

Techno-House Musician Adrian Lux: Can’t Sleep

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