Original print – Ross Judd Jr – Pat Rocco’s SEX AND THE SINGLE GAY – Print 11×8.5″ (1969)
Vintage Gay Print – professional print!
Size of Image Print: 11 inches by 8.5 inches
The print has striking detail that gives shear delight in the overall sensationalism down to the micro details. All that the naked eye can see or want to see, and relish in the grand example of this art.
About PAT ROCCO
Pat Rocco, the pioneering activist and filmmaker of gay cinema. Rocco came out as gay at age 13 and was equally open with his films, debuting a selection at the Park Theatre in Westlake in the summer of 1968 in the city’s first public on-screen exhibition of overtly gay films with male nudity. More than titillating erotica, they exhibited a personal vision that celebrated a romantic, joyful positive image of men in love that critic and author Jim Kepner then described as “exhilarating, fresh, ideal, basic, and agonizingly beautiful.” And his films were a hit, attracting coverage in the mainstream press and sold-out audiences, which allowed Rocco to branch out into features.