You may be wondering who the guy in the Juxtapoz ad’s has been, for good reason, he looks like a legend. Well, he wanted to set the record straight about who he is and what he’s all about:
People like to call me “Gorilla Man” or “Vanilla Gorilla” because they think that I resort to physical violence as a means to assert myself with the ladies. I use the mind. I use the mind. And The Citrus Report.
Every morning, I read The Citrus Report to scout potential talent for that evening. The question I get most often is that it’s easy to look at a photo of a nice lady in a newspaper, but then what? A common move of mine is sending a gift basket. As of late I have been really digging on all these fake meat inventions. They taste great, they are healthy for you, and it gives the ladies a sensitive impression, one of not being a barbaric animal killer. It’s amazing what they can do these days. Tofu, TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein), Seitan… incredible what food science has wrought. Usually I will send a whimsical object like a wood and brass executive puzzle sculpture along with a few servings of fake meat and await their call. If they can’t dig that, I don’t want to talk to them anyhow.
I ain’t gonna be this good forever, so I commissioned the nice folks at Purebred to snap a candid photo of me doing my thing in the tub. We also took a photo that memorializes one of the great moments of my athletic career, the time I broke the backboard with a “slam dunk” style basketball shot. This photo is available to license for stationary, postcards, and novelty apparel. Contact my agent.
I also wanted show you my creative side. To show the world through my HI-FI point of view. These bonus snaps show what it’s like to be me, to see the world in more than one dimension, simultaneously. Dig it.
Check out more world-class photography by Stacey and Jason at http://purebredphoto.com/
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