Jan 102014

Furyousities Studios, home to the The Cult of Fury, is available for rental. 3000 sq. ft. of private fetish fun time can be all yours.

The studio has been recently updated, with more to cum. It features a bondage bed, various crosses, CBT chair, stocks, spanking benchs, bondage rack, sling, suspension hoists and much more. It’s Disneyland for the kinky set and everyone gets the “E” ticket and there are no lines!

Have you ever tried to seek out one of those theme motels? They are expensive and Shades of Boring. Furyousities Studios offers much more than a hotel room, plus, it’s much cheaper. It is available for couples, small groups, Pro-Dommes, private parties and more. It’s available virtually 24/7.

Now, I’m sure you’re asking yourself, “How much could Anton want to let me live out my fantasies in private, in such a well-equipped situation?”

The afore-mentioned theme motels run upwards of $200. Do I want $200 to let you in the door to live out your wildest fantasies? (Well, yes, I do, but that’s not what I’m charging you.) I will let you have 3 hours of the sexiest, kinkiest play time for the rock-bottom, bargain-basement price of $75… that’s right, $25 per hour for you to get your private kink on.

You can’t afford to pass up this deal. Call today to book a slot.
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Jan 172013

Anton Fury's All-time Greatest TitsThe day I discovered my dad’s Playboys hidden in a box high up on a shelf in his workshop, my life was changed forever. Playboy was all about boobs. Who could have foretold that that one moment in time would serve to set me on a lifetime “breast quest”.

Through a twisted path of events I ultimately ended up as editor and exclusive photographer of Gent magazine, sub-titled “Home of the D-Cups”, as well as Busty Beauties and D-Cup magazines. Talk about turning an obsession into a career. And if that wasn’t enough, I have spent the past 25 years with one of the most “Slim & Stacked” models in the history of busty models.

I first became a photographer in the mid-nineties, when the super, freak-tit implants were at the top of the breast heap. As far as I was concerned, that was the most heavenly time in the history of boobs. I loved those big breasted comic book bodies. Like everything else, bust sizes are cyclical. Currently, we’re in the era of more full-figured gals, with big, natural mams. Unfortunately, for various reasons, the over-sized implants are a thing of the past, never to return. I’m just glad I got to experience it.

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Jan 172013

Sweet-N-EvilSweet-N-Evil blitzed the music clubs in the tri-state area throughout the 1990s. In the days of grunge, we were giving a complete performance for both the eyes, and the ears. Led by bombastic singer Tracey Lepore, all those that were lucky enough to witness our onslaught, would never forget it.

Tracey and I began putting ideas together for the band in early 1990. We knew we didn’t want to be “just another band”, we wanted to be bigger than that. With her charisma and stage presence, I knew that with what we were planning, she was just the one to be able to pull it off.

We developed the concept of having a show with each song. In fact, when most bands just showed up at the club with their guitars, we were carrying around a 5 man crew/actors, tons of props, a bunch of lights, a follow spot, pyrotechnics and a sound man. Most nights it cost the band members money out of their pockets to pay the crew. Oh yea, I almost forgot… we also carried around another member of Sweet-N-Evil… Alice, an 8-foot boa constrictor. She was quite the performer!
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Jun 042011

It’s now been 1 week since the story about the Marilyn Mystery Photos broke on CNN. I had hoped to learn something about these photos/negatives, but as of today, I don’t know any more, than I knew then. I have gotten dozens of calls and emails from all over the world… all from press. With all this coverage, I’m amazed that nobody has any information. So, the negatives have gone back into the drawer – actually a safety deposit box – where they’ll stay for perhaps another 30 years.

Also, I am no longer associated with David W. Streets in any way, so any and all contact with regard to these negatives should come directly to me.

May 272011
Marilyn Monroe Mystery Photo
Marilyn Monroe Mystery Photo

The Marilyn Monroe Mystery Photos break on CNN Saturday May 28. My interview with Alan Duke of CNN and David W. Streets, Fine Art Advisor and Appraisor of Beverly Hills, will air at about 10:20 ET on CNN and on CNN.com tomorrow afternoon.

I contacted David last week to try to get some idea of what I could do with these photos. He has a lot of  experience with this type of situation. After all, Hollywood is the place to be when dealing with all things Marilyn.

Marilyn would have turned 85 next Wednesday and the 50th anniversaryof her death is next spring, so now seems like the perfect time to give this gift of new photos to the world. I’ll keep you posted on any updates.
May 262011

Marilyn Monroe Mystery Photo

Marilyn Monroe Mystery Photo

Over 30 years ago I was collecting toys. Every weekend I’d scout out local garage sales hoping to find some long forgotten treasures. I’d come across the ocassional G.I Joe and tons of Star Wars figures. At that time I was just beginning to take pictures.

On one particular day I came across an envelope filled with some old 2.25 X 2.25 photo negatives. I couldn’t tell exactly what they were, but they appeared old and they were obviously of a girl in a bikini. I had a dark room set up at home, so I figured “What the heck?” . I bought them as part of a group, so I didn’t pay more than a couple dollars for them. Anyway I went, on to the next sale.

When I got home, I placed them on a light board and looked through a loupe. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. It was freakin’ Marilyn Monroe!

I had no idea what to do with them, so for the past 30 years they have been in a drawer. Recently, because of all the Pawn Shop reality shows, I remembered them and dug them out. I had a couple printed in 11X14 size and they are pristine… as clear as if they were shot yesterday.

I have tried to do some research to figure out who, what, where, why and when, but have come up virtually empty… not even finding any of the images anywhere on the Internet.  So, at this point, I’m trying to see if anyone recognizes these shots and can provide me with any information.