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White Party special – the 2010 Boys & The Beach calendar to benefit Care Resource

Here’s a preview of a new 2010 calendar, The Boys & The Beach ($20), produced for this year's 25th anniversary White Party Week. A portion of the calendar’s proceeds go to Miami’s Care Resource, Florida’s largest AIDS service agency.

1. Front Cover - Nelson

From Max-Arthur Mantle:

Internationally published Photographer Max-Arthur Mantle (www.maxarthurmantle.com) presents THE BOYS & THE BEACH, a full color 2010 12" by 12" wall calendar featuring high profiled male models based in Miami, New York and Los Angeles, shot on-location at some of South Florida's pristine beaches.

A preamble to his forthcoming photo book, to be release next spring, THE BOYS & THE BEACH 2010 calendar is unique to others in it's genre. It's exclusively produced for this year's 25th anniversary White Party Week, with part proceeds from the sales benefitting event organizers Care Resources --- the world's oldest and largest HIV/AIDS fundraiser.

THE BOYS & THE BEACH 2010 calendar priced at us$20 will be on-sale online at www.maxarthurmantle.com  beginning October 1st and from Wednesday, November 25th to Sunday, November 29th during events at The White Party Week  at the Welcome Center and Pool Party at The National Hotel and The Muscle Beach Party on Sunday November 28th.


Max-Arthur Mantle specializes in Men's fashion, swim/underwear and fine art nudes with works published on the cover and feature pages in BLUE magazine (Australia) [significantly BLUE#66, the last issue of Australia's premier high-end photo art magazine], DNA magazine (Australia), MATE magazine (Germany), BLAKE magazine (France), MOXOW magazine (Spain), HORIZON magazine (UK), BLACK magazine (South Africa), RG magazine (Canada), GENRE and INSTINCT magazines (USA).



Paul (January) at Ford Model Management, a mid-west man's man is a seasoned underwear model, who Mantle shot for the cover of BLUE#66 magazine (Australia).

James (February) is represented by Front Management and California native is in demand on both coasts.

Wiiliam (March), a mixture of Russian and Cuban, is an Elite model featured on Bravo TV "Make Me A Supermodel" season - two.

Devon (April) at DNA Models is a new rising star, featured in Vogue magazine's August 2009 issue with blue-blood supermodel Stella Tenant for SAK 2009 fall/winter campaign. 

Roberto (May) from Cuba, but grew up in Mexico is at Elite, doing stints in modeling and acting.

Marcus (June) is at Ford, a professional beach volleyball player from Brazil.

Lee (July) is a star and he knows it. Represented by Major Model Management, another seasoned underwear models, with a steady stream of fashion editorial.

Asbin (August) is the Grace Jone's song "My Jamaican Guy" materialized.  A new face, but experienced personal trainer, he has already shot his first underwear campaign.

Corey (September) is a new face at MC2 and fast becoming a staple during Miami Swim Fashion Week.

Michael (October) half Japanese and German, models in Asia with a busy schedule of editorial and runway shows.

Nick (November) is another of Mantle's favorite, who he shot for a fashion spread for Instinct magazine's July 2008 issue.

The cover and December belongs to Nelson, Mantle's muse and rising star. A former professional soccer player from Portugal, he is fast making waves in the internationally scene balancing New York Fashion Week, Miami Fashion Week and Fashion Weeks in europe, piling up editorials shot by Mantle for BLAKE magazine (France), MOXOM magazine (Spain) and HORIZON magazine (UK) and destines to become the face of many campaigns.


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Is posting the calender to UK ok?

I'm sure you can cross-post what I have already put online.

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