I recently came across the above image posted by Supermodel Todd Sanfield in response to the 10-year challenge. He basically shut down competitors with a 12-year difference, side-by-side comparison in which he is equally stunning if not improved in 2019.
If ever there was a male model who understands and appreciates his gay fanbase, it would have to be the legendary Todd “The Body” Sanfield. For the past 12 years, he has graced the covers and pages of DNA Magazine with his incomparable physique. No one fills out a speedo quite like Todd, and no one since Markie Mark can sell underwear quite like Todd.
In the competitive world of underwear and swimwear models where physical perfection is the norm, Todd’s physique stands out and is instantly recognizable. His body proportions are the male ideal – broad rounded shoulders, luscious mounds of chest muscles, chiseled abs and a well-defined V shape that leads your eyes southward to whatever goods he’s wearing and selling.
But Todd’s best features don’t stop there because he is a great example of someone who knows that “thighs get guys”. Last but not least, his amazing ass makes it impossible for the viewer to decide whether he looks better coming or going.
But a great physique alone is not enough to make a great model. Todd knows his body and he knows how to rock the poses in every shoot. Even in these R-rated DNA photo spreads, Todd conveys x-rated masculine sexual energy and auto-eroticism. Getting back to his distinctiveness, Todd is also well-known and much adored for his manly chest hair and thick dark tuft of pubes that often peek out from the top of his package.
Perhaps what has endeared Todd Sanfield most to his legions of male and female fans has been his willingness to bare it all for the camera in his photo book collaborations with famed Photographer Kevin McDermott. Motel Hotel was a study in searingly hot auto-eroticism while Virgin Island was a beautiful depiction of naturalism and the naked male form. Todd’s latest collaboration with Kevin is called Kapu and is due out in March 2019. If the new book is anything like their prior collaborations, we can expect more beautiful photography and revealing shots of Todd against a tropical paradise setting.