Set of 139 photographs by Photography Studio: Champion Studios [Walter Kundzicz]
Resource TypeStill Images
Administrative/Biographical HistoryWalter Kundzicz was born in 1925 in the Polish district of Newark, New Jersey, near New York City. All his life he would stay on America’s East coast in the Polish district of Newark, New Jersey, near New York City.
His parents bought his first camera for his eighth birthday and photography immediately became one of his favorite obsessions. A few years later he discovered his other obsession: well-endowed young men. In his early teens he started to united these two loves by photographing his buddies, who, to his delight, all three had rather big dicks. Or so he says… Kundzicz doesn’t pretend he sees his models only as beautiful photographic objects. He makes it clear that he considered them also as sex objects and some even became his lovers. He issued his first catalogue, dedicated to only one model: Jim Stryker, whom he had met shortly after his eighteenth birthday and who turned out to be his best-selling model for over seven years.
Extent & Medium139 photographs : gelatin silver print ; various sizes
Scope & ContentItems are 139 photographs of physique models.
Archival HistoryPhotos originally acquired by John Lillis [ ] through an unknown third party. Donation to Bob Mizer Foundation occurred in 2018.