Experience a world of the unspoken Homoerotic. Male sex appeal, unvocalized desires, kink, perversion and all that is considered naughty, and not right, is Drasko Bogdanovic.Raised in Sarajevo during the Bosnian conflict, Drasko's view of real world strife strongly influences his photographic view. His subjects are raw, a little filthy - the message is to the point. Inspired by film noir and German sexual proclivities, Drasko is credited with his ability to expose the raw, often-missed angles of sexuality.Whether still or motion photography, the message is simple - there are no rules, sexuality has no bounds, all is right with the perverse.
Drasko Bogdanovic (born 1977 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian-Canadian artist, portraitist and photographer of homoeroticism. He emigrated to Canada in 1996 where he took up digital photography. Bogdanovic was a classically trained musician and self taught painter before taking up photography. An early fascination with Hollywood magazines and black & white photography influenced Bogdanovic to juxtapose classical posture with natural light in his male nude photography. Today his landscape and architecture photography capture cities' geometry, immutable personalities and intrinsic emotions; his photography has appeared in domestic newspapers and magazines and has been featured in local and national advertising campaigns, and is held in private collections around the world. Drasko Bogdanovic is a regular columnist at fab, Toronto's gay scene magazine. In 2010 he published his first book of erotic photography "Persuasion Of Men" featuring introduction by Brad Fraser.