Culture

BULLETT Presents: Richard Kennedy’s ‘Boys Club’

Culture

BULLETT Presents: Richard Kennedy’s ‘Boys Club’

Johnny Sanford, Jessica Diggins
Paul Leopold
Manuel Alejandro, Radell Isaac
Brian Whatever
Palm Trees
PSYCHO EGYPTIAN
Palm Trees, Johnny Sanford, Jessica Diggins
Johnny Sanford
Manuel Alejandro
PSYCHO EGYPTIAN, Manuel Alejandro, Zach Berry
Jessica Diggins
Neil Haskell
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Photography: Brendan Burke

“I’ve always been fascinated by lost boys—the adventurous, thrill-seeking hero types, written about in every Epic since ‘Gilgamesh;’ the enchanting romantic beasts with the finest armors in the universe and gifts from the Gods; the super-human archetypes of every generation; the painters, the poets, the rappers, the life stylists.

‘My boys’ are the best in the world. They inspire me to live, to breathe and to create—to be the modern man and defy the institutional definitions that hinder us. In the age of instant, we have the freedom to challenge race, gender and oppression—to inspire total liberation, self-realization, deliberate concentration and creativity. Humanity depends on collective idea migration, and these are the trailblazers I expect to spark that shift.

To properly highlight the sexually free generation, it’s important to acknowledge the freedom of women. So ‘Boys Club’ also includes one goddess who plays the men’s game.” – Richard Kennedy, Casting Director

Psycho Egyptian 

Brooklyn native, Bushwick OG, painter, writer innovator and punk rapper.

Jessica Diggins

Cleveland-born, LA-based actress; tough as nails, sexually empowered goddess.

Manuel Alejandro

Dominican superstar painter and rapper; one-half of ANML with a forthcoming solo record; part-time construction worker, full-time casanova.

Palm Trees

Cooper Union graduate and Baltimore native; incredible visual artist, and musician. 

Neil Haskell

Broadway star and “So You Think You Can Dance” all star.

Johnny Sanford

Muse and musician; recently relocated to LA from New York to fulfill his pop star dreams.

Zach Berry

Pro skater and professional downtown party boy.

Brian Whatever

DJ, Whatever 21 designer, Bushwick staple and “It Boy.”

Paul Leopold

One-half of the event production company, “The Culture Whore;” actor, musician, magical being, innovator and culture motivator.

Radell Isaac

One-half of ANML, creator of solo project Eu1logy and founder of Baltimore music festival, “Future Fest.”