He shared with OUT Magazine in October 2012 (original interview) his Tel Aviv "Must-Do" List:
Bauhaus Architecture: Tel Aviv is known as the "White City" because of the many Bauhaus buildings. Check out the Bauhaus walking tour, starting at the former City Hall located on Bialik Street.
Hilton Hotel Beach: Tel Aviv is a beach town, and the gay beach is located behind the Hilton Hotel. There's a beach bar as well, so you can stay well hydrated while you work on your tan.
Neve Tzedek: This bohemian neighborhood is one of the oldest parts of Tel Aviv, and it's filled with great little shops, cafÃ©s, and restaurants. You'll feel like you've stepped out of the city for a little while.
Gay Nightlife: Some of our best clubs include HaOman ("The Artist" in Hebrew), The Block, Lima Lima on a Monday night, and Drek.
Oh Guilherme! You've run away with our hearts much like you ran away with the Hunk of the Day title on this, the happiest of hump-days.
If you love this photo of Guilherme Rufino you simply must check out the two more photos after the jump, because there is more of this hunk where those came from! (That smile! Total package.)
Keep tabs on this fella on Instagram @GuilhermeRufino (while you're at it... check out @HunkDuJour if you have any interest in silly selfies of a blogger. I'll throw in a cat or cheeseburger photo later if you request one.)
Iconic artist Tom of Finland, real name Touko Laaksonen, has been getting a lot of attention this week when it was announced that Finland will issue Tom of Finland postage stamps. Well, if stamp collecting isn't your thing - perhaps you're more of a cross-stitch fan?
Crafters, a sexy new throw pillow is in your future -- suitable for a throw pillow on that spit-fire aunt's couch, or to spruce up your favorite dungeon! Brisbane, Australia design firm Pearler has worked with the Tom of Finland Foundation to create these fully-licensed DIY cross-stitch kits.
Pearler is shopping around for wholesalers, so US crafters may currently have to endure a long flight if they want to get their hands on a kit. They are currently available for sale at The Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art, The National Gallery of Victoria, and Tasmania's Museum of Old and New Art.
...but the real question is, can you cross-stitch these images onto leather? I look forward to seeing your handywork, hunk-lovers!