If you’re looking for head-turning art to hang in your newly redecorated palazzo, take in the paintings of Claudio Bindella. The handsome Italian loves creating what he calls “impossible” works of art, which must mean epic images of naked men frolicking. Each of his homoerotic treasures would surely titillate the most discerning of collectors.
Bindella prefers painting in the style of the great Venetian painters, which means he loves supple nude manflesh, luxurious locales, and bright shiny colors. In other words, homosexual heaven! Remarkably, these paintings symbolize more than just a desire for naked men; according to the artist, they further gay rights! As the artist describes:
Some persons contacted me through my website and I loved it, among them some teen-agers thanking me for the content of my work, that was really great. We are living [in] times in which we can fight with heart and mind, without fear for our rights, but for gay teen-agers, in the period when they are discovering themselves, it can be hard to face an unfavorable environment. That is the time when art can have an important function. It was like that for me when I was young, and indeed it seems to still have the same significance for some.
Perfect for horny collectors in South Beach to help stop teenage bullying! This artwork is truly transcendent.