I think he's incredibly handsome, for a spider.
And like all males at times, he likes to drool. ( He has a blob of spider spit in his mouth, if you look. )
It's sad for me to think that three or so months after he becomes an adult, he will die.
He is a jumping spider. Yes, they are venomous, but a bite from him would be no worse than a bee sting. I hold them daily and I have never been bitten, so please don't squish them! They absolutely don't bite people unprovoked and even so...they would much rather run away than even risk attacking you.