Brian Finke is one busy photographer. Known for his high contrast images, Finke is widely regarded for his prolific editorial work.
“Frat Boys” is one of Finke’s more controversial work. Shot in 2005, the series was originally a commission for a magazine story exploring the ascendancy of frat boy fashion. Chiseled bodies drenched with sweat and beer sprawl a dark, almost unknown bar: The images that Finke came up with were strong and most definitely surprising.
Needless to say, the series did not run.
Intense, primal and sensuous, the scandalous series throws a twist on the more commonly accepted image of frat boy culture.
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