Kinky SO WHAT .

Kinky So What is born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, based in Spain, and as he told us the main lines to be developed in his photography are: hair, tattoo, photogenic bulges, simplicity.

Kinky SO WHAT

You say you are the death of every party. Why is that so?

By ‘the death of any party’, I mean I’m the first one to arrive and the last one to leave. I always know there will be no party after me. I’m always the last one to turn off the lights.

You use a lot of kitten sweaters in your photos, what do kittens mean to you?

I really never choose what the guys wear. It’s just part of the simplicity I want to express. I “kinkysowhat” guys who know they have something to show me, that includes their special, quirky and gaudy clothes. So kittens don’t really mean anything special to me. Of course, I like kittens, especially when they are such a lovely complement to a naked man.

Why are you shooting analog in a digital world? 

I believe, trust, fuck in an analog world. You ruefully miss all those opportunities that come with the digital world, but I feel more comfortable in analog, waiting to have your work developed, learning to be patient and deal with your resources better. Also, somehow it takes me to what photography used to be, what love used to be, what debauchery used to be, what art used to be.

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About Pixie and Rotter

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